770 Ethical Forces and Leadership

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.
PLEASE READ GRADING RUBRIC BEFORE STARTING THIS DISCUSSION.

Textbook Readings: All attached

Damer: Chapter 1
Johnson: Chapters 1,2,4
Koukl: Introduction

Discussion Thread: Ethical Forces and Leadership
Topic:
How do various forces and dimensions shape how the individual ethical leader engages the organization and others?
Consider your personal experiences as viewed through the study material for the week including considerations such as ethical perspectives, a leader’s gifting, personality, spiritual resources and engagement, worldview, moral identity, and interpersonal communications and relationships. Focus on only a few dimensions and their interrelationships to explore these complex concepts. Draw on the textbooks and peer-reviewed scholarly journals to support your perspectives. Strive to demonstrate an understanding of the interaction of personal ethics considerations with organizational leadership. Be sure to review the Discussions Instructions document and grading rubric (found in the Attachment) for additional assignment guidance.

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