Archive | January, 2016

PSY 533 Lesson 02:  Self-Regulation and Ethical use of Big Brothers Technology

You walk in the Mall, a Walmart, or most parking lots oddly unaware that your image is being captured on digital surveillance.  Cameras which can zoom, pan and even listen to your conversations.   Now with the advent of the inexpensive drones, suddenly everyone screams about unethical drone operators.  Is that a valid argument?  What is […]

PSY533 L02: Flint Unethical leadership

Thesis: The nation is placing high concern pertaining to Flint Michigan water contamination crisis and the ethics of govern leader within Flint Michigan. The residents of Flint Michigan were expose to high levels of harmful chemical byproduct and lead contamination from their water supply in which leadership neglected. Introduction: As we all are aware, the […]

David James’s PSY 533 Ethics and Leadership Blog : L02: Vices and Temptations

David James’s PSY 533 Ethics and Leadership Blog L02 : Vices and Temptations Oscar Wilde once said, “I can resist everything but temptation”.  I found this quote both funny, thought provoking and it quickly became my second favorite quote next to “I am not racist, I hate everyone equally.” (Brainyquote, 2016).  To me, Wilde’s temptation […]

L02: Habit and Character

As leaders, it is imperative that our personal ethics code do not derail the vision and growth of an organization. Leaders need to cultivate a habit of good morals as this would determine their priorities when faced with ethical challenges or temptations that will surely arise in their environments. As Howard and Korver (2008) said, “we must […]

John Theiring’s PSY 533 Ethics and Leadership Blog : L01 : Where Have All The Good Leaders Gone?

John Theiring’s PSY 533 Ethics and Leadership Blog L01 : Where Have All The Good Leaders Gone? Where have all the good leaders gone?   When I think about some of the great transformational leaders from the past, I am at a lost to find similar leaders today.  It is disheartening to repeatedly see business and […]

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