Archive | February, 2018

Reminder about the Unit 4 Blog Post – Due by 9AM on Friday, March 23, 2018

Remember to: ·         Make your Unit 4 Blog Post by 9AM on Friday, March 23, 2018. ·         Include “Unit 4” in your Blog Post title. ·         Use your blog as an opportunity to discuss how individual differences (including personality and other individual characteristics) influence leader’s ethical decision making or some other aspect of leadership and […]

U02; What is Ethical Decision Making?

To make ethical decisions, one must at least have a starting point as to what ethics is. Ethics can be defined by incorporating various values, morals and discussing the differences between right and wrong. However, how does one decide what is ethical and what is not? The American Psychological Association (APA) has established a code […]

U02: How Five Ethical Principles Could be the Answer to Societal Coexisting

The American Psychological Association Code of Ethics was designed to place a set of subjective standards for which psychologist to follow in order to uphold moral practices within the field. Within the scope of the Code of Ethics there are five distinct principles that support and guide the mission of the American Psychological Association. The five […]

Unit 2 Betrayed by a Leader

“Your words and deeds must match if you expect employees to trust in your leadership” – Kevin Kruse Many years ago at a financial institution I was employed with, a young lady named Sandra requested a short leave of absence to attend to a delicate personal matter. Feeling obligated to explain the purpose behind her […]

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