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Leadership Ethics (Example)

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Initial Response Ethics are taught to people and not caught as lessons from the society. Many societies have mechanisms to start socializing children from when they are born until they are exposed to the world and learn from it. Parents act as the first socializing agents for the teaching of ethics then as the children grow up they are taught by religious people teachers and other sources of information. This ensures that by example and be a role model to the learners. Many students would appreciate and identify with the stories and life experiences which resonate with their level of understanding and moral convictions and will offer moral values to them. The world is changing fast it is dynamic and there is always the uncertainty if children will follow through what they are taught and peer pressure is one of the impediments to it. [...]

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Discussion Posts: Students are expected to actively participate in class discussions, via the discussion board in BB Learn. Participation is required for success in the course. The instructor will post 10 discussion prompts on the board (each worth 10 points for a course total opportunity of 100 points). To be eligible for full credit, students must respond to the instructor’s original post (may earn up to 6 points), and at LEAST two classmates (worth up to an additional two points each). Points earned are based on content, support, detail, organization, and mechanics. I will post the second person response tomorrow. 150 original post 60 first classmate response 60 second classmate response Instructions: How much of an influence do you think changing family structures have had on the way we think about leadership today? In what ways did your family of origin influence your leadership motivations or capabilities? 150 words original post: I will post the two peer comments when I get them 60 words first classmate response: 60 words second classmate response: 150 original post 60 first classmate response 60 second classmate response  I hope you all enjoyed the discussion board this past week. It gave all of us the opportunity to reflect on how our childhood influences our future behaviors. I was really impressed with everyone's openness and honesty, and also many of your responses back to your classmates. We continue our focus on behavior next week by discussing ethics and leadership. Ethics is such an over-used buzzword, but have you truly sat down and thought about what "ethics" mean? If someone asked you to define ethics, how would you answer? What does an ethical leader look like? I think that you will enjoy the final chapters in this text, as it offers opportunity for reflection and insight on our own careers. Remember to post to the discussion board before midnight on Wednesday. Paper assignments and extra credit are available under the assignment tab. You may submit assignments anytime prior to the due dates.  Have a great week! Instructions Are ethics caught or taught? What is the best way to teach ethics? What are the challenges? What would you include in an ethics curriculum? 150 original post 60 first classmate response I will post both the response once I get them 60 second classmate response 

Subject Area: Communications

Document Type: Paraphrasing

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Project's rating is 5/5

Price $10

Words 275

Pages 1

Completed in 5 days

Expert Nicholas M

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11.01.2017

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