The Ethical Viewpoints And Decisions Of Others

The Ethical Viewpoints And Decisions Of Others

  • What similarities are included in Kidder’s Ethical Checkpoints, the SAD Formula, and Nash’s 12 Questions. Based on these commonalties, what steps should be part of every ethical decision?
  • There is a great deal of scholarly research and literature published on the topic of ethical decision making. Research and find a scholarly article in your current/anticipated professional field which focuses on ethical decision making. For example, search on the terms “ethical decision making nursing”; “ethical decision making accountants”; or “ethical decision making school principals.” Summarize the article and relate it to how leaders will take this information and apply it professionally.
  • Identify the steps leaders take to enhance ethical choices, especially during times of a crisis, based on material from your readings this week.
  • Select any case study from  “Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership: Casting Light or Shadow” , Johnson (2013) . Review the case study from the lens of each ethical viewpoint. Then, provide details on how a person with each ethical viewpoint would approach addressing the ethical dilemma from a leadership perspective outlined in your case study.

Length: 8–9 pages, not including the title and reference pages.

References: Minimum of five scholarly resources.