The presentation will offer suggestions on how colleges and universities can work with conflict resolution advocates through the utilization of sound methods, which are based on good practice, that promote restorative justice solutions as a core option for behavioral change. This will be done through the referencing of other established methods, and outcomes; that will help build programs which in turn can help establish or make changes to both individual students, and those who work within today’s educational environment. Advocacy – Conflict Resolution – Transformation – Mediation – Self-Determination Restorative Practice in the Academic Environment Introduction Restorative practices according to Drewery & Kecskemeti (2010,
Baumann (1987) believes in a revised liberal arts curriculum in which the studies share an interconnectedness between them so as to create a wide range of skills development and to keep each subject connected to the next. Giamatti(1988)stands behind the idea that motivation is the basis of ones experience and liberal studies is part of how that motivation is strengthened. Lagemann(2003) argues that vocation should be considered the main focus of growth when choosing ones career in higher education. Baumann, Giamatti, and Lagemann approach the topic of liberal education from different perspectives, but they share the beliefs that liberal education is beneficial to both individuals and society, and is essential to being truly educated. It can be said that liberal arts core courses define humanistic values that ignite the thought about our own, and others, vices and virtues (Lagemann).
The first article is entitled “Ethical Leadership Evaluations After Moral Transgression: Social Distance Makes the Difference” by Adranik Tumasjan, Maria Strobel, and Isabell Welpe. The purpose of this article was to investigate how social distance influenced ethical leadership evaluations and how ethical leadership affected leader-member exchange after the leader’s moral wrongdoing. The article also wanted to look into ethical leadership evaluations after a leader’s unethical behavior was influenced by a disconnection between the evaluator and the leader (Tumasjan, 2011). The second article is “CEO Ethical Leadership, Ethical Climate, Climate Strength, and Collective Organizational Citizenship Behavior” by Yuhyung Shin. The purpose of this article was to examine the connection between the CEO ethical leadership and climate.
When deciding to attend college, there are many things that need to be done to ensure that it will be an experience worthwhile. First, make sure you always maintain a good GPA. It looks good on your resumes and gives you higher honors when you graduate. Next, make sure to never take advantage of the time given. Always schedule a time to study what has been learned that day, and apply it in the appropriate ways.
These are a few keys aspect of suggestions on personal ethics in leadership, and when priorities for a leader will produce ethical and effective leadership. Ethical leadership may have many meanings. It may be a response to the ethic crisis in an organization whereas one call may be for more ethical leadership. Many organizations executives and businesses thinkers may believe that ethical leaders must set an example for his or her organization and to be successful with temptation that may occur in the future. These examples will reveal that the leader may have the correct values with strong character will show that the reality of ethical leadership is more complex, and stakes are high.
In order to become a critical thinker, it is important to aware of barriers, and acknowledge the trials they present. I plan to demonstrate my mastery of the Critical Thinking course topics and show supported source evidence. I will write about college degrees, I will answer the question; Will is receiving a college degree improve your career opportunities? In doing so, I will use the critical thinking principles / processes of Gathering Information, Evaluating arguments, and Determining credibility and reliability of source information to apply to my chosen question. (Brown & Keeley, 2012) The push to get people to go to college and receive degrees is elevating; every other advertisement on TV and radio is about going to college.
It provides not only theory but also practice in my future specialty. I believe that knowledge is the key to success. I say this because most career jobs in modern society request that you have at least a bachelor's degree to get hired on at an entry level position. I believe that Corporate America set the standards that an educated individual will function more efficiently than an uneducated one. During my time at American Public University I hope to gain a well rounder education.
I look forward to the countless opportunities to become intellectually engaged in an attempt to understand and solve complex problems as they relate to leadership and K-12 education. Drawing from the doctoral dispositions (Grand Canyon University, 2011b), I am here to reflective on my practice by asking questions of myself and others. I will learn to self-reflect and continuously search for new meaning, new truth, or new knowledge in order to grow and develop as a practitioner-scholar. Doctoral Motives of Study Leonard, Becker and Coate (2005) maintained the most powerful reason for individuals to obtain a doctorate degree as personal ambition. Findings identified personal ambition as a more powerful force than both career advancement and personal growth combined (Leonard et al., 2005).
As time passed, these kinds of simple, mundane tasks have been replaced with technology that requires more critical thinking. Therefore large corporations and even smaller companies want a person that is capable of completing more sophisticated jobs, skills for which can be obtained with a college education. Another reason I want to attend college for is because of my strong desire to learn more deeply, in which to learn something new that I am interested. It is ones personal choice derived from one's innate desire. Unlike high school, people are taught one specific area as their major.
Abstract In this essay is to discuss Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by using Anglo-American and Primark as examples. Both companies have a strict policies on ethical behavior which can be used as a catalyst in how to conduct business ethically. Some of the key things I will emphasize what is meant by ethical business. Then I will analyze is how Anglo American and Primark apply ethics into their business. Moreover, The costs and benefits to an organization when they behave ethically.