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Unformatted text preview: and if Sarah needed to she should go above his head to his supervisors and raise her concerns. 3. It is my opinion that no he is not an ethical role model; he is allowing the program to disregard the residents safety as well as looking corrupt by not putting the funds where they were supposed to be. 4. I do not feel the directors actions were congruent with the organizations mission statement. This is because he is not improving their quality of life if they are not safe. When improving the residents quality of life also come safety. 5. I think the impact will be great because his actions and attitude will probably prohibit any other staff to raise their concerns for fear of being demoted or even fired. He shows that the concerns of staff are not relevant to him and that he has no time to deal with these issues. By making your staff feel feared by you it can cause many other issues. ACRE WOODS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY CASE STUDY 3...
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course HSM 230 taught by Professor Dowdell during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '11