Article review 3 as a teacher as i am currently and

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ARTICLE REVIEW 3 as a teacher as I am currently and even in my future career goals of being a principal in many ways because if I fraternized with my students’ parents or fellow co-workers, this would be against code of conduct, policy and procedures and also be a conflict of interest. At no point should any person jeopardize the name of the company they work for, or even their own reputation for their own personal or selfish pleasures. I do believe that when one employee acts unethical there are usually other instances that have occurred within the organization for one to break ethical code. It could definitely apply in the education field that I am in. Many times I have witnessed my agency’s name be tarnished by stories of unethical behaviors by teachers, central office employees and even higher ups. When society see these stories they only see the name Head Start, and it is damaging to those teachers and/or employees who are living the company values and living by the ethical codes set, as well as acting within their own morals and values. I believe that ethical behavior starts at the top of food chain. If the leaders are doing the wrong thing and acting unethical, how can you get your employees to conduct themselves accordingly? The conclusions I have come to about ethical issues is that people have to have the intestinal fortitude to do the right things. In life everyone has choices to make. Some will make bad ones and others will make good ones, but in the end it all starts with the leaders setting the right examples and enforcing the standards on those that don’t.
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ARTICLE REVIEW 4 Reference Lawton, A., & Páez, I. (2015). Developing a framework for ethical leadership. Journal of Business Ethics, 130(3), 639-649. Retrieved from ? url= 952?accountid=33337 Upadhyay, Y., & Singh, S.K., (April 2010). In Favour of Ethics in Business: The Linkage between Ethical Behaviour and Performance. Journal of Human Values vol. 16 no. 1 9- 19 . doi: 10.1177/097168581001600102
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