lco372 | undergraduate
Leadership Communication Ethics
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Ethical Perspectives and Decision Making in Leadership
- Assess approaches to ethical decision making.
- Identify ethical perspectives in leadership.
- Discuss benefits and challenges of applied ethical perspectives in an organization.
Leadership Theories and Ethical Contexts
- Describe key leadership theories.
- Identify best practices and challenges in applied leadership theory.
- Explain ethical interaction, emotional intelligence, and productive conflict.
- Identify and assess characteristics of an ethical organizational environment.
Ethics, Diversity, and Crisis
- Evaluate the role of diversity in ethical leadership.
- Identify values and cultural differences in relation to ethical challenges in leadership.
- Define ethical crisis and the role of management.
- Explain the importance of transparency and responsibility in ethical crisis.
Identifying Obstacles to Ethical Leadership
- Define leaders and followers.
- Summarize the concept of ethical leadership.
- Identify the role of power, privilege, and information in leadership.
- Analyze motivation, expertise, and decision making in leaders.
Characteristics of an Ethical Leader
- Identify positive characteristics of a leader.
- Assess character building as a lifelong leadership exercise.
- Evaluate various misuses of leadership including exclusion, deception, and bureaucracy and identify how to create an ethical organizational environment.
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