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Emma Barnes

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Transcript of GOAL!

Learning Outcomes
Consider your personal definition of ethical leadership.
Your Core Values.
Identify scenarios that prompt consideration of ethical choices for high school students.
Understand common principles of ethical decision making.
Be able to recognize situations that may prompt need for ethical decision making.

moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior.
Definition for Thought
a system of accepted beliefs that control behaviour, especially such a system based on morals:

the (Professional) work ethic

The ethics of journalism are much debated.

He said he was bound by a lawyers code of ethics.

Publication of the article or text was a breach of ethics.
Main 3 Ethical Theories
Ethics In Action Activity
Approaches to Ethics
Ethical Leadership
Must be attentive/ participate
Rev. Emma Barnes, M. Div.
Inroads College Links Presentation

Rules of the Road
An Open and Willing Mind
Generous Listening
Speak Thoughtfully
Open to each other's intellectual growth and change
Safe Zone

Meta- physics
Applied Ethics
The big 4 questions:

Am I likely to cause someone physical harm?

Am I likely to cause emotional distress?

Will an important goal be undermined?

Could this decision hurt my reputation, undermine my credibility, or damage important relationships?
Lawrence Kohlberg
John Stuart Mill
Immanuel Kant
Immanuel Kant
Grounded in duties and obligations.

Morality translated into the obligations due to others: universal, necessary, unconditional.

Based on free will and rationalism, everyone owes these obligations to one another.

Truthfulness, Promise-keeping, Respect for the property of others.
Grounded in consequences.

Naturalism: seeking pleasure and avoiding pain are part of the human condition

Life should be lived in such a way to maximize pleasure and avoid pain – this constitutes “happiness”

Living a successful life is measured by the accumulation of “happiness”
Evaluation choices in terms of their consequences for “happiness”

Good health, A sense of well-being. Social harmony,
Developed human capacities.
Grounded in Virtue

Based on Aspiration

Honesty, Courage, Loyalty, Compassion, Reliability, Generosity, Kindness, Tolerance, Sociability.

Virtues are practiced over time until they become habit; dispositions to act.
Identify an Ethical Situation
Teacher Mayor Snap Chat

Football Transgender student

Cell phone Medical records

Student Donation Job

A. Kira's Dilemma
Create Dilemma
Amanda Carlton, Associate Director of CSE
Howard Cohen, Purdue University/Buffalo State College
Ethical Leadership for College Students, University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Purdue University: (http://www.agecon.purdue.edu/lia/modules/LIA_Mod9.pdf)
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