hsm230 | undergraduate
Ethical Issues In Human Services Organizations
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Ethical Traditions and Tools
- Apply ethical theories and principles to decisionmaking.
- Apply moral theories of caring to ethical dilemmas.
- Explain the impact of the law on the delivery of human services.
- Discuss the legal consequences of violating human service laws.
Promoting Ethics within an Organization
- Assess the impact of organizational culture on member ethics.
- Analyze the elements of ethical climate.
Context of Ethical Decisions
- Identify ethical dilemmas in human service organizations.
- Illustrate the moral contract human service organizations have with society.
- Differentiate between the ethics in nonprofit organizations and those of for-profit businesses.
Shaping Ethical Cultures
- Formulate a values statement for a human service organization.
- Analyze leadership behaviors that shape organizational culture.
Ethical and Legal Norms
- Debate aspects of the regulatory environment of human services.
- Identify methods for ethical oversight.
Future of Ethical Leadership
- Identify future challenges and opportunities for ethical leadership in human service organizations.
- Design an ethical organization.
Introduction to Law and Ethics
- Recognize the role of ethics in day-to-day experiences.
- Compare and contrast the role of ethics with the role of law in organizations.
Characteristics of Ethical Leaders
- Recommend a leadership style for a human service organization.
- Determine the need for ethical leadership in an organization.
- Develop a moral vision for your leadership and work.
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