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Chapter 5--Ethical Decision Making and Ethical Leadership Chapter 5--Ethical Decision Making and Ethical Leadership Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Which of the following is the first step in the ethical decision-making process? A. Being socialized into the firm's corporate culture B. Applying a personal moral philosophy C. Recognizing that an issue requires an individual or work group to make a choice that ultimately will be judged by stakeholders as right or wrong D. Soliciting the opinions of others in the work group and overall business E. Enforcing the firm's ethical standards with rewards and punishment 2. Which of the following is not one of the six "spheres of influence" to which individuals are subject when confronted with an ethical issue? 3. The ____ leader demands instantaneous obedience and focuses on achievement, initiative, and self-control. 4. The perceived relevance or importance of an ethical issue to the individual, work group, or organization is
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5. According to the text, ____ seem to be more sensitive to ethical issues and less tolerant of unethical actions. A. men B. the elderly C. chief executives D. women E. children 6. According to the ethical decision-making framework, the absence of punishment provides a(n) ____ for unethical behavior. 7. ____ is an aspect of the influence significant others can exercise over our ethical decision making process. 8. Bob inspires his employees to follow a vision, facilitates change, and creates a strongly positive climate. Bob is a(n) ____ leader. 9. People generally learn their values and principles through A. family. B. social groups. C. religion. D. formal education. E. All of these are ways people learn values.
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10. A coaching leader builds a positive climate by
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