Presentation on theme: "When “That’s What She Said” Isn’t Appropriate: Ethics In Leadership Carpe Diem Matthew Hamilton, Trevor James, Jamy McMahan."— Presentation transcript:
When “That’s What She Said” Isn’t Appropriate: Ethics In Leadership Carpe Diem Matthew Hamilton, Trevor James, Jamy McMahan
Ethical Theories Based On Self- Interest vs. Interest For Others Concern for Self-Interest Concern For The Interest of Others Ethical Egoism Utilitarianism Altruism High Medium Low HighMediumLow Ethical Egoism Altruism Utilitarianism
Principles of Ethical Leadership Ethical Leadership Respects Others Serves Others Shows Justice Builds Community Manifests Honesty
Most Likely To… work out everyday own a car over $10,000 change their major get their Doctorate watch Jersey Shore get speeding tickets often be a Twilight fan not remember their weekend
Discussion Did you feel that you were accurately portrayed? Were there some questions that you were more confident in answering? Did you feel more judgmental about some than others? What was the purpose of the activity?
FINAL THOUGHT “To make a change in other people carries with it an enormous burden and responsibility.” -Peter Northouse