COM 320 Reaction Paper #2

The respect from and with key organizational leaders

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Unformatted text preview: aken over. Rather than providing a managerial opinion that may not consider the public interest, those who adapt to the role of organizational conscience would recognize troubling issues that affect the public interest, analyze them systematically and articulate about them in a way that beneficial to the organization/business. It was stated in this article that the undergoing of ethics requires courage, especially in situations where a public relations professional would have to speak out on an ethical threat that their organization is facing. From my understanding of the article’s content, that organizational conscience encourages questions and provides feedback. The respect from and with key organizational leaders will build a comfortable environment for anyo...
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This document was uploaded on 02/15/2014 for the course CAP 320 at Grand Valley State University.

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