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Life in a Fishbowl: Ethics and Role Modeling

Presented at university of the Sciences' Fall Resident Advisor training to teach RAs about the importance of ethical decision-making, their role model status, and how perception can impact their role as a student leader.

Paola Esmieu

on 12 August 2014

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Transcript of Life in a Fishbowl: Ethics and Role Modeling

Life in a Fishbowl:
Ethics and Role Modeling

Presented by Paola "Lola" Esmieu
Ethics: the rules or standards governing the conduct of the members of a profession.

Values: a principle, standard, or quality considered worthwhile or desirable.
Ethics + Values=
Key to Positive Role Modeling
Our Moral Guides
The Fishbowl Effect
Think of some of the celebrities you hear about most on the news. What do you know about them? How do you know? Do you know this to be true?
It's all about
, isn't it?
Role Modeling

Consistency and Fairness
Communication and Collaboration
Student Life Representative
(see RA Manual)
RA Ethical Guidelines
How do you evaluate a situation to make an ETHICAL decision?
Why do RAs need ethics?
Perception Scenarios
What are your actions as the RA?
What are the residents' perceptions of your actions/words?
What might their perception imply about you and your character?
How could this situation have been avoided?
What is important to you?
What are your values?
What does this job ask of you?
How do you want others to perceive you?
Avoid Compromising
Think Before You Speak
Bringing it all Together
Ethics are important
Living in a fishbowl presents many challenges but has substantial rewards
Being a good role model helps you serve your residents
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