Diverse organizations require today’s manager/leader to understand their own worldview and respect that of others’ in the workplace. Competence in valuing
multiple worldviews equips today’s manager/leader to navigate ethical and moral issues that arise in an organization.
Read and evaluate Davis’ Seven Step Guide for Ethical Decision-Making (opens in new window).
Identify a moral or ethical dilemma in a past or present workplace, organization, school or group membership scenario.
Propose a strategy for resolving the moral dilemma that demonstrates God-honoring diversity.
Apply principles and ethical theories in the resolution of the dilemma, through a Christian worldview perspective.
Reflect upon worldview implications in the moral dilemma scenario from a faith perspective.
Consider the Six Pillars of Character (opens in new window) and compose a code of conduct for an organization that could be used to address similar or
other moral or ethical dilemmas.
INSTRUCTIONSDescribe a moral or ethical dilemma in a past or present workplace, organization, school or group membership scenario.
Citation Requirements: minimum of 2
Word Count: 500-750