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By Diane Swanson

This name is split into 5 sections. each one part has ten routines designed to stimulate dialogue and advertise inquiry concerning company ethics. The actions specialise in management, company Citizenship, Salesmanship, administration, and Teamwork. Contributing to this assortment is quite a number running shoes from a wide selection of disciplines and destinations, together with Europe, India, Canada, and a large cross-section of the U.S..

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Increase ethics wisdom between managers, groups and revenues group of workers aid boost values and instructions supply education actions to aid organizational ethics regulations offer actions for perform in moral decision-making education equipment Icebreakers checks position performs video games Time directions

50 actions differ in size from quarter-hour to 60 mins.

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3. If you were the automotive company, what would your defense have been? 4. Can an oral assurance be considered a contract? 5. If so, what assurances have you made lately? 6. How would they hold up in court? 7. How do you think the court actually ruled in this case? 3. Ethical Leadership Take Offense and Take the Offensive Approximately 25 minutes OVERVIEW Ethical leaders have a fine sense of justice. They take offense when it deserves to be taken and then go on the offensive to ensure offensive actions are not repeated.

List these on the flipchart as participants share them. 3. Have participants choose a partner and ask each person to select one attribute or action from the flipchart list and explain how he or she would incorporate it into his or her leadership style or circumstances. 4. Distribute the handout and ask the pairs to analyze the statements related to ethical leadership. ) The answers are 1ab; 2c; 3bc; 4a; 5abcd. Compliment the person who found them fastest. 39 5. Conclude with a brief discussion relating critical-thinking skills to leadership, in particular, the skills of discerning emerging patterns.

Participants will respond to the four incidents and will then share their thoughts with a partner. 4. Transition next to references based on current events (President Bush’s declaration of the war against terrorism as a “crusade,” for example) or to examples elicited from participants regarding similar incidents. 5. Conclude the exercise by leading a discussion (and, ideally, recording the results) that explores things an organizational leader/manager can and should do to ensure employees are treated respectfully.

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