770 Conflicts, Groups, and Ethical Deviations
Discussion Boards during this course focuses on a particular group of ethical leadership and organizational ethics concepts. These discussions are designed to be scholarly examinations of complex constructs and through the engagement of fellow students, offer deeper exploration. Your expanded exploration and graceful challenges will provoke deeper learning and the development of sound reasoning in support of clearer, worldview-based ethical perspectives. In the process of discussions, you will also develop richer research, reasoning, and doctoral level presentation practices as you deepen your personal ethical leadership understanding.
These discussions are intended to be scholarly dialogs and for each thread, you must support all of your assertions with proper scholarly support in APA format with sources listed as References at the end of the post. Support ALL claims and information provided. Discussions threads are expected to engage the assigned subject matter, drawing on the reading and study materials within the course as well as additional researched scholarly materials.
A minimum of 4 scholarly sources are required for your initial thread. Acceptable sources are textbooks, Bible, peer-reviewed journal articles, and quality popular press articles (HBR, Forbes, BusinessWeek, etc.) with no more than 1 popular press article per week. Include Headings, conclusion and at least 1 biblical integration.
In this module/week, you will explore the influence that ethics, worldviews, and fundamental reasoning have in conflict, negotiation, and group behaviors. In the process, you will consider your personal style and possible engagement strategies.
Discuss how individual style and ethical perspectives influence the management of conflict or group dynamics. Consider how individuals collectively create complex group dynamics and possible ethical deviations. Be sure to consider the effects of worldview and cultural perspectives in groups and conflict.
Incorporate study material, personal worldview, experiences, observations, and reasoning principles from our textbooks. Supplement the assigned materials with peer-reviewed scholarly journals . Be sure to review the Discussions instructions document and grading rubric (found in the Assignment Instructions folder) for additional assignment guidance.
Damer: ch. 5
Johnson: chs. 6, 8
Koukl: Man (part 2)
Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
Analyze and propose alternative conflict management approaches.
Recommend responses to unhelpful or unethical group behaviors.
Choose and model ethical group member behaviors.