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INTRODUCTION. SESSION I REVIEW September 28 Why Ethics Matter Components of an Ethical Fitness Program How Ethical Principles & Practices Result in Improving.

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1 INTRODUCTION

2 SESSION I REVIEW September 28 Why Ethics Matter Components of an Ethical Fitness Program How Ethical Principles & Practices Result in Improving the Efficiency and Effectiveness in Community Colleges

3 SESSION II November 10 Framework For a Code of Ethics Model for Ethical Decision Making Applying the Principles of Moral Courage

4 “Ethics is not a luxury or a choice. It is essential To our survival.” -Rushworth M. Kidder

5 Ethics in American Business ( Ethics Resource Center Study, 2005 ) 97% agreed that “good ethics makes good business sense (85% strongly agreed), but… 82% agreed that American managers generally “choose bigger profits” over “doing what’s right” and… 67% agreed that “ethical conduct is not rewarded in business today”.

6 What Influences Employee Behavior at Work Ethics of the CEO (92%) Company’s values (88%) Supervisor’s behavior (84%) Personal moral code (82%) Company’s economic situation (26%) (2004 Gallup Poll)

7 What is it to be ETHICAL? TO BE OBEDIENT TO THE UNENFORCEABLE

8 Framework For A Code of Ethics Identify Core Values Develop A Code of Ethics Operationalize Values Promote Ethical Decision Making Display Moral Courage

9 Model For Ethical Decision Making Ethical Analysis Ascertain Dilemma Apply Resolution Principles Make Decision

10 Types of Decisions Programmed Non-programmed

11 Right versus Wrong THE FIVE-WAY TEST The Legal Test The Professional Standards Test The Gut-Feeling Test The Front-Page Test The Role-Model Test

12 TRUTH VS. LOYALTY INDIVIDUAL VS. COMMUNITY SHORT TERM VS. LONG TERM JUSTICE VS. MERCY THE INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL ETHICS ©1995

13 RESOLUTION PRINCIPLES  Ends – Based  Rule – Based  Care – Based THE INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL ETHICS ©1995

14 Dilemma Resolution Review Case, Recall Paradigms Apply Three Resolution Principles Search For Trilemma Options

15 MORAL COURAGE Moral courage is the courage to be: honest, fair, respective, responsible, and compassionate.

16 ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF MORAL COURAGE Applying Values Recognizing the Risks Enduring the Hardships

17 WHY SHOULD I JOIN YOUR FIRM? Values and Culture 36% Well – Managed25% Exciting Challenged22% High Compensation17% “The War for Talent,” McKinley Quarterly Fall 2004

18 REVIVING ETHICAL BEHAVIOR Modeling Enforcement Communication Transparency Ethics Start At The Top

19 Ways to Incorporate Ethical Values into the Campus Setting Institute Training Operationalize Roles and Responsibilities Create an Interactive Web Site Review Personnel Policies Review Admissions and Financial Aid Policies

20 Ways… Invite Lecturers to Address Ethical Aspects Integrate Into Student Activities Create A Review Process

21 Processes That Bring Values Alive Expanding Moral Boundaries Imparting Decision Skills Teaching Moral Courage Building Cultures of Integrity


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