Business_Forum_Ethics_Session_1_Oct. 24, 2011

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© Copyright 2009 Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) May not be copied or used without Permission of IEL, Rutgers Business School Business Forum Class Ethical Leadership Presented to: Business Forum Class Presented by: The Institute for Ethical Leadership Melissa Smith, Executive Director 1
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 2 About the Institute for Ethical Leadership Rutgers Business School 2009 Annual Report
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership Objectives: 1. Ethical Dilemmas…How do you Vote? 2. Explore Personal and Organizational Values Explain Organizational Culture 1. Discuss Results of your votes…Ethical Dilemmas 2. Discuss Ethical Leadership: Define Ethics, Leadership, Ethical Leadership Why Focus on Ethical Leadership? 5. Discuss Ethical Dilemmas: A process for Ethical Decision Making Case Studies – Class Assignment 3 © Copyright 2009 Institute for Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School May not be copied or used without Permission from the Institute.
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership How do you vote? Instructions Instructions on how to Vote… 1. We’ll ask you a Question 2. Write yes or no on a blank piece of paper 4 © Copyright 2009 Institute for Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School May not be copied or used without Permission from the Institute.
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 1. If you see a fellow student cheating on an exam, do you report it? 5 A – YES or B – NO © Copyright 2009 Institute for Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School May not be copied or used without Permission from the Institute.
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 2. You are walking on the sidewalk in your local town and you see woman A yelling/screaming at woman B. The woman is very angry and losing her temper. Would you stop and help woman B? 6 A – YES or B – NO © Copyright 2009 Institute for Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School May not be copied or used without Permission from the Institute.
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 3. You are in another country and you know the custom is to give gifts to the client you are hoping to do business with. Your company’s policy is not to give gifts to prospective business clients…do you give a gift? 7 A – YES or B – NO © Copyright 2009 Institute for Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School May not be copied or used without Permission from the Institute.
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 4. As you work with your fellow students you find that you are in a team and two of your teammates do not pull their share of the work, you’ve talked to them 3 times now and it continues, do you tell the professor? 8
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