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Leadership - Leadership, Individual Value Awareness, and...

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Scott N. Taylor, PhD Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior Anderson School of Management University of New Mexico Leadership, Individual Value Awareness, and Business Ethics
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What is a Value? An enduring belief Principle-based beliefs and desires about how things should be accomplished Beliefs that influence every aspect of our lives, including moral judgments, responses to others, and commitment to goals Beliefs that serve as guides to action
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Why Consider Value Awareness with Business Ethics? Value awareness has been connected to moral reasoning capability People expect leaders to speak out on matters of values and conscience, but to do so, you must know what you stand for
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Values Tested “During World War II, James E. Faust, then a young enlisted man in the United States Army, applied for officer candidate school. He appeared before a board of inquiry composed of what he described as ‘hard-bitten career soldier[s].’ After a while their questions turned to matters of religion. The final questions were these:
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