How do individuals reconcile ethical conflicts with an organization? Refer to the media tool,
Reconciling ethical conflicts can be one of the greatest difficulties faced in a job situation for one
simple reason, it is rare for personal a
Review the article "The Parable of the Sandhu". Reflect on the information from this course and
consider your personal ethics. What would you do in this situation? Why?
McCoys (1997) parable is great reminder how easy it is for us to focus on our self or
What are the ethical dangers of using only intuition in making decisions?
Intuition can be a great tool to handle many situations of life and can give a leader the confidence
because they can see that they understand and can deal the issues that arise wit
Does ethical governance guarantee organizational viability? Why or why not?
Johnson (2012) reminds us that transparency begins with an organization being open. Openness
about ethical governance is a strong foundation for an organization and clearly opens
Review the case study of medical workers being required to receive flu shots found in chapter 7
of the textbook. Should medical workers be required to receive flu shots even if doing so violates
the worker's personal beliefs?
One part of the modern Hippoc
Is the development of a moral compass culturally determined? For example, in some countries,
bribery of government officials is not only an accepted practice, but it is also a required practice.
Does this make it ethical? Why or why not?
If we are seeking
If I am perceived to be an ethical leader, am I an ethical leader? Why or why not? What happens
when perception and reality are not congruent?
Perception and reality are often two very different things. Just because a leader is perceived to be
The below teachers code of ethics has the strength of stress the pursuit of truth. All to often a
code of ethics addresses what behaviors one ought to do or not do but does not speak of the
deeper foundation of truth. I also believe that this code of ethi
Review the Enron case information presented in the textbook. If you were a high-level leader in
this corporation, how might applying your personal ethics have changed the outcome?
Enrons leaders horrid grab at power and money brought a rising company comp
How are ethics and leadership related? Can a toxic leader be an ethical leader? Why or why not?
Albert Camus said A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world. Leadership
and ethics are related as ethics brings leadership to a place of bala
If we have laws and religious belief systems, why do we need codes of ethics?
The most obvious answer to why we need a code of ethics is because of the various differences
that exist within religious beliefs and even laws that surround us. A code of ethic
Compare your personal ethics with the literature on ethics. What are the most significant
similarities and differences you observe? Why are these significant? How might these
similarities and differences affect your behavior personally and in the workplac
Johnson (2012) reminds us that there are many differing views of ethics and how they are often
defined and put into play. Much time can be taken to explore the varying understandings of
ethics and these are very important to explore. However, there is muc
Does having a code of ethics guarantee ethical behavior within an organization? Why or why
not? What happens to the organization when its ethics code fails to achieve ethical behavior
within the organization?
A code of ethics is a very important document
Can a leader change an organization's culture from toxic to ethical? Why or why not?
Can a leader bring change in an organization from toxic to ethical? I would have to say yes and
no. To start with the answer no I would say that if a leader finds himself
Are stakeholders really interested in the ethical management of an organization? Why or
why not? Despite the rhetoric, is the size of the dividend or the organization's overall
success all that matters? Why or why not?
Are stakeholders really interested i