Ethical leadership

Research paper on an ethical leadership topic. Must be at least 3000 words, not counting tables, figures, and (optional) Appendix. Cite at least ten books, journal articles, online sources, and miscellaneous material. Very strictly follow the APA Publication Manual format. Follow instructions under the Format for Term Papers under Modules. Be sure to APPLY, not just mention, relevant theories or models from the course.

1.) APPLICATION of the ethical and leadership theories and models from the course, and 2.) disciplined writing, closely following the APA style manual. Since the topic and focal leader are your choice, and since theme frame is the entire term, the grading will again be meticulous.

good topics emerge from press coverage of currents. Here are areas that my provide with some goooood ideas.

Some time back it was reported that world leaders were using the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama for offshore investment. There were immediate allegations of money laundering and tax avoidance/evasion. While the real meaning of all this is still not yet clear, the issue does suggest some good topics for papers. These issues are still very much with us today. Yes, sometimes the bad guys seem more interesting. It would be simple to select a leader(s) and write on possible corruption. This would make an easy, possibly exciting, but nevertheless garden variety paper. A much better approach – focusing on the underlying patterns and issues – would first examine what international dynamics put such large sums in leaders hands and gravitated toward Panama. The paper topics then would view what and how leadership (and of course leaders) could address the issue.

Some largely overlooked stories illustrate still another area of leadership, which exists in many fields, including the arts. Leadership may display a different manifestation in each field; it may demand a different style; it may be easier or harder to recognize. Movie and theater people – thespians, directors especially, plus producers, even agents and writers – may provide vivid examples of leadership in the arts. For example, the British actress, Dame Judy Dench, won a record number of Olivier Awards. Many music conductors are also natural examples. There are interesting examples even from the graphic arts: e.g., ironically, the phantom artist Banksy has been particularly influential. Some of you might find writing a paper on artistic leadership enjoyable.

The formal professions also provide examples of leadership. The legal/judicial professions certainly come to mind here. One interesting example is the influence of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Poesner, who passed away not long ago. While considered a conservative, Justice Poesner tended toward the pragmatic rather than the ideological. He was often surprising and controversial, with a style of influence worth study. He wrote several works, and his HOW JUDGES THINK is splendid reading.


Lastly, let me mention again that we are barely through the Centennial of the U.S. entry into the First World War. That conflict is arguably the greatest failure of leadership in the history of mankind. The seemingly omnipotent monarchs, ministers, and marshalls failed again and again to prevent the conflict. Their failures persisted throughout the duration of the war. The leaders of post war 1919 sewed further trouble that haunts us across the world today. Inept or weak leaders are also worthy of study.

The paper must include the materials in attach with detail as references.

The paper ask for at least 10 references.


here is a message from instructor and it might help

I’m still getting questions concerning selection of a term paper topic.

Let me throw out two general areas, both drawing a GREAT DEAL of

interest at this time. You should be able to formulate a very interesting

paper from either of these areas very nicely. Either one might be fruitfully

pursued with or without stress on a focal leader. These could be papers

of true excellence!

The first area deals with the focus of this course very directly: ethical

leadership and ethics in leadership. No one seems to doubt the important

linkages of leadership and ethics. However, in recent years some have

questioned whether the relationship is simple: perhaps the relationship is

like an inverted U, or haystack. That is, as formal emphasis on ethics increases,

above a certain level there may actually be decreases in performance or satisfaction.

These suggestions relate to increased stress or limited attention, not to the desirability

of ethics per se. Is there some truth to this assertion? Would it be true for all ethical areas? Are there remedies?

Second, as the textbook clearly states, leadership involves two way influences. The

influence of follower(s) upon leaders has been neglected in research. It is now getting greater

attention. What are these reciprocal influences? Just HOW do they involve ethics? What might moderate these

influence linkages?

While I am delighted that many of you are off to a good start on your term papers,

I am a little concerned that some of you seem to be delaying the choice of a topic.

Here are some other ideas.

Most students will (eventually) probably follow the suggested line of reasoning:

find a particular topic and/or leader as focus, and then diligently apply the relevant

concepts and theory pertaining to leadership and to ethics. This is fine – the expected

route. Many good papers should come from this approach. Yet it is not the only approach.

One might also look at a prominent and perplexing issue and examine it in light of the

relevant concepts and theories. E.g., what would leadership be like in the national opioid

crisis? Which specific institutions (public or private) might provide the leaders or leadership?

Will effective leadership in this crisis require some particular style? Or some particular

ethical approach? Does the very labeling itself (by press, government, and the AMA) of the issue

as a “crisis” change the situation regarding effective leadership? The same sort of questions might apply to a myriad of issues.

The list of relevant questions could go on and on. The list of perplexing issues to analyze is also

quite long. Such a perplexing issue may be very local as well – even in your own organization.

Use some creative thought.

Let me give you a link here from today’s WALL STREET JOURNAL – just to whet your thought!

Leadership in our IT rich age requires some behaviors and skills. While technology itself is

likely not often the critical factor, the interaction of people (individuals and teams) with technologies

can be a source of serious competitive advantage. Where and how does leadership play into this?

That is what the link is about:

IBM, as well as many other companies, universities, and think tanks have also explored these issues in depth.

You must apply the relevant concepts and theory form the course, and these are mostly contemporary and derived from study of conventional Western institutions and people.

However, let me reiterate also the value of papers that use this material to study leadership in unconventional institutions or situations: Indian tribes, mobsters, isolated communities, proactive countertrade and the great “invisible banks” of Asia. If our cherished theory breaks down in this effort, simply note that and interpret it; that itself is a contribution. Also, of course, a focal leader for your paper need not be a “good guy.”

Finally, while you must use modern theory for analysis, you can try if you dare to apply it to historical leaders and situations. Such applications are not easy, but they are often very interesting and instructive. The possibilities are limitless. For example, as the French Revolution came to an end, a military force lead by Napoleon and his lieutenants essentially seized power, abolishing the authority of both the executive Directory and the parliamentary bodies of France in a military coup. The real genius behind the coup, however, was that old perpetual survivor, Talleyrand. Both Napoleon and Talleyrand would make good focal leaders.

For those with some interest in the way American industry and society developed, the traditionally celebrated leaders make good choices: the duPont’s, Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Ford were arguably not only the richest men of their day, but the most influential leaders. Although not extraordinarily wealthy, J. P. Morgan was perhaps the most powerful and influential leader of them all. Why are power and leadership so seldom discussed together? Why are there no women on this list? Just who were the extraordinarily influential women in that day? Yes! They were there. They were always there.

One last thought. Skepticism is often healthy. If you can’t be skeptical in grad school, when can you do it? Some have suggested that leadership cannot really be developed, that it is a romantic (but sometimes useful) idea, an attribution, or even that our understanding of leadership has NOT improved over the last three thousand years. Dig into these ideas and you will find yourself in good company – with names like Simon, Drucker, Meindl, Weick. (If you dug far enough you might even find Mankelwicz somewhere in the pack.)

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whether to pay attention to the employees or shareholders, depending on circumstances.

Public leadership is perhaps more critical, with a conflicting view to focus on happiness or wealth creation. Posner (1979) explains that in a society where there is an emphasis on the generation of wealth over prioritizing citizens’ happiness, a more practical ethical focus is established. In this case, there is the integration of rights, happiness, and sharing with the less fortunate as a superior foundation for ethics. Some people can consider this view as ethically ridiculous, but there is a significant application, and for Richard Allen Posner, the combination is ethically attractive (Posner, 1979). During the 1980s, a period described as the resurgence of conservatism, and the ethical view was most common (Kinder, & Kalmoe, 2017).  Allen Posner was an important public figure in the US as justice in the Supreme Court with key leaders in the legal issues. He was oriented to a pragmatic view rather than an ideological view, including in ethics. This research paper explains the relationship between leadership and ethics from a pragmatic view of Allan Posner. Wealth maximization, a popular leadership and ethics concept promoted by Allan Posner, is described aggressively as having ethical attractiveness.

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Ethics and Leadership

Social responsibility and ethics

Consider the potential conflict between corporate social responsibility and ethics while maximizing shareholder wealth. How does exercising Christian principles play a part in running a successful business while operating within state and federal regulations?

No plagiarism

APA format

Atleast 2 references

At least 500 words

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In sum, companies should work towards creating good relations with all shareholders to sustain a positive reputation. Identify the conflicting elements that may arise between CSR and ethics allows leaders to develop strategies that mitigate the addressed problems (Barnea, & Rubin, 2006). Most importantly, the working team should collaborate with the management without focusing on how they can gain from the shareholders’ wealth. As illustrated by Adda et al. (2016), organizations that portray honesty, respect, fairness, and build trust with stakeholders achieve positive results. Hence, aligning ethical conduct with the organizational values and objectives is a factor that leaders should not overlook when promoting CSR.

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Ethical behavior

For your assignment this week, you will write 5–8 page paper, including a literature review, that examines ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse in the context of your particular focus and specialization.

School absenteesim is the focus and specilization


Ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse are subjects not easily defined for study. We can point to perceived differences between people and cultures; however, that is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg, ignoring the effects of those differences in a given context. Additionally, focus on ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse usually requires value comparisons and judgments, rather than a one side versus the other approach. For additional information on these concepts and how they tie into the assignment, see the Week 7 Assignment Background Information [PDF] document.

In the context of the field of education, the effects of ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse on individuals and organizations are impossible to ignore. The challenges of adopting a broad view of difference and creating an equitable learning experience for all whom we lead are many, and they are not easily met. However, the professional literature of the field is a rich resource of tools, research, and practical experience and application.

For this assignment, you will review the literature related to ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse in the context of your particular focus and specialization and choose one main concern for each of these domains to analyze in the literature review section of your paper. You will apply the skills you started building in the Literature Review assignment in Week 5. Similar to what you did previously, but focused now on the challenges relevant to these domains and inherent to your specialization, you will research and review scholarly, peer-reviewed literature. Going one step further, you will then choose and explain the main challenges in your specialization, as suggested by your review. Note that you are writing a condensed literature review for this assignment.

Reminder: Writing a literature review is a key part of academic work. A literature review is a piece of writing that describes what has been learned about a topic through previous research efforts. A literature review is essentially a report on work previously done in a field, to show an understanding of the context for your own writing. A literature review is not a summary of individual sources in a list, such as in the form of an annotated bibliography. Rather, the literature review paraphrases the findings from the scholarly readings you selected. You will seek the key themes from the different sources, and you will use in-text citations to support the information you learned from the scholarly readings.

See Section 6.11 of the APA Manual for additional detail on citing sources in text. Also refer to Academic Writer for guidance on using proper APA style. See the APA Style and Format section of the Writing Center for instructions on accessing and using Academic Writer.

Competencies Measured

By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies:

  • Competency 1: Determine how action research and systems thinking apply to professional problems, challenges, or issues in education.
    • Evaluate challenges posed by issues of ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse to a given educational specialization.
  • Competency 2: Apply information literacy skills to locate and critically evaluate scholarly data, theories, and research.
    • Analyze scholarly literature focused on the connections among issues of ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse and a given educational specialization.
    • Support arguments with reference to scholarly literature.
  • Competency 4: Analyze the characteristics of ethical behavior and respect for diversity and civil discourse.
    • Describe connections among issues of ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse and a given educational specialization.
  • Competency 5: Apply scholarly writing skills.
    • Organize content so ideas flow logically with smooth transitions.

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

Competencies Measured

By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies:

  • Competency 1: Determine how action research and systems thinking apply to professional problems, challenges, or issues in education.
    • Evaluate challenges posed by issues of ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse to a given educational specialization.
  • Competency 2: Apply information literacy skills to locate and critically evaluate scholarly data, theories, and research.
    • Analyze scholarly literature focused on the connections among issues of ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse and a given educational specialization.
    • Support arguments with reference to scholarly literature.
  • Competency 4: Analyze the characteristics of ethical behavior and respect for diversity and civil discourse.
    • Describe connections among issues of ethical behavior, diversity, and civil discourse and a given educational specialization.
  • Competency 5: Apply scholarly writing skills.
    • Organize content so ideas flow logically with smooth transitions.

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The term ethical behavior is derived from two different terms, which are “ethical,” which comes from ethics and “behavior.” Intuitively, ethics analyzes morally right behaviors and characters.  According to Bates (2019), ethics define morally right behaviors and characters acceptable by society.  It is mainly concerned with the kinds of values and morals an individual holds that the society or culture believes they are appropriate. Therefore, ethical behavior is the code of conduct that aligns with established acceptable practices. On the other, unethical behavior is associated with damages and pervasiveness of poor behaviors.  In the education context, ethical behavior stimulates learners, teachers, and other staff that create a culture that fosters excellence.  In their research, Robinson, Lee, Dearing, & Rogers, (2018) focus on how educators can model the moral behaviors morals. Bates (2019) believes modeling moral behaviors reduce unacceptable behavior such as school absenteeism and school truancy.

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Ethics in Psychology

Throughout this course, you have studied and applied the APA Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct to a variety of situations. You also have explored and applied at least one ethical decision-making model. You now have the opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of one ethical principle in particular, detailing the many things a psychologist must consider.

For the Final Project, you demonstrate your understanding of ethics through a 10-page paper discussing the application of ethical principles to the case study, “Introduction to William Thompson,” which is located in this week’s Learning Resources. William is a member of the Thompson threaded family case study that you work with throughout the AYR experience.

Your final paper (10 pages) should:

  1. Include a thorough and thoughtful reflection of at least one of the relevant five principles from the current Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct. A portion of the paper should discuss not only the general significance of the selected principle or principles, but also how the principles specifically apply to the above case.
  2. Reflect your understanding of the principles through application to the multicultural situations inherent in the case example. You should also include a brief self-assessment of how your own worldviews and cultural background might impact your analysis of how to best proceed in addressing the ethical dilemmas in this case.
  3. Include your ethical decision-making process and model when describing the case.

The paper should be a minimum of 10 pages, in correct APA format, with at least 10 relevant, scholarly citations. (Wikipedia is not a scholarly source and should not be included as such.) Be sure that your references are listed in correct APA hanging indented format.

Go to your ePortfolio on your myWalden page and submit your Final Project by Day 7 of Week 11. Also submit your Project to the assignment submission link below.

For instructions on submitting assignments to your ePortfolio, click on the ePortfolio link from your MyWalden page.



  • Markus, H. E., Cross, W. F., Halewski, P. G., Quallo, H., Smith, S., Sullivan, M., & Tantillo, M. (2003). Primary process and peer consultation: An experiential model to work through counter transference. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 53(1), 19–37.
    Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
  • Webb, K. B. (2011). Care of others and self: A suicidal patient’s impact on the psychologist. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 42(3), 215–221.
    Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

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From the case study, it is clear that William Thompson is laboring under the weight of immense stress due to financial challenges and trauma resulting from spending many years in the war in Iraq. William Thompson’s biggest fear is having his family and other relatives perceive him differently because of the mental anguish that is affecting him. In the case study, Mr. Thompson communicates superficially with his wife because he thinks it is the best way to protect her from the horrors he experienced during his service in Iraq. Similarly, he has resorted to drinking to address his issues rather than opening up to the members of his family. In light of the highlighted facts, Mr. Thompson may retrogress on the healing journey he has taken. He perceives that the close relationship between his psychologist and his brother Henry may lead to sharing confidential information passed during the therapy sessions. The psychologist’s failure to disclose the professional link to Andrew’s TV show may foster a perception of betrayal in Thompson’s view.

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Social media

Employers typically examine a job applicant’s social media to learn more about the applicant before they interview him or her. What they see can affect whether or not they will interview that job applicant. How do you feel about that? Please explain what you and your classmates can do to reduce the odds that social media will limit career opportunities. Employers also monitor how often employees go to social media while they are on the clock at work. People have lost their jobs over this. Does this activity endanger the employer’s private info and their network?

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My classmates and I can minimize social media’s odds limiting career opportunities by being cautious about what we post on the platforms. When applying for a job, one should learn the company’s policy to understand what is allowed and prohibited. Anything that may have already been posted and is risky to future career opportunities should be taken down. However, it is essential to think before posting since even deleted information can be saved via other means such as screenshots. Another tactic that we can employ is to keep social media accounts private, thus control the people viewing the site.

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Privacy Issue in Digital Technology

Paper C: Topic Selection (Individual) and Research of an existing or emerging technology and its related ethical issues.

For the first part of this assignment, select a topic for individual research. Select a digital ethical issue for your research that is caused by the existing or emerging technology. Following is a link to some suggested topical ideas you may want to consider as a candidate for this assignment. Be sure to keep in mind that the technology aspects of this assignment are different from those of Paper A (Application of decision making frameworks to IT-related ethical issues) or Paper B, which dealt with aspects of ethical issues and a subsequent organizational policy.

Recommended Source:

The above link will help you to find articles on ethics in many fields and disciplines, please remember that the emphasis on this paper is on digital technology and the ethical issue(s) with its use

  • Topic Title – Begin with a topic title that describes what you will research.
  • Explain the reason for your topic selection briefly in a paragraph of at least 150 words. In addition, please determine three critically important questions you would like to address regarding your topic, in your individual research paper. Include a written description (100 words) for each question that includes why that question is critically important.
  • The objective in developing and posing these questions is to stage your research and guide your preparation of the final Research Paper, so that one or more ethical principles are applied and explained as a result of your research. This process helps you establish a thesis for your research.
  • Lastly, provide at least three proposed reference sources, at least two of which must be from the UMGC library database (or an equivalent academic database), which you plan to use to address (i.e., research) the three questions. These proposed reference sources must have external links. (Note: you are likely to find additional and even better references/sources as you continue your research for this Assignment.)

Remember: the emphasis on this paper is on digital technology and the ethical issue(s) with its use! Remember to follow all APA formatting requirements.

For the second part of this assignment, conduct research using the Web for the answers to the questions that you selected for the first part of this assignment. Please ensure that your research for this assignment addresses the ethical issues of an existing or emerging technology!

Prepare a minimum 4- 6 page, double-spaced paper and Indicate appropriate APA compliant reference citations for all sources you use. In addition to critical thinking and analysis skills, your paper should reflect appropriate grammar and spelling, good organization, and proper business-writing style. Include a Cover Page with your Name, the UMGC/Name of the Class, and the Title of the Paper.

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Among the questions that need addressing is whether users have control over the data they provide to different entities. This question is critical in building trust and understanding between the people and entities that manage personal information. The reason why users are reluctant about offering information about themselves is the feeling that there might be a loss of control. It is because they do not know how their data will end up being used or who will have access to it (Raichu, 2018). While many companies have tried to explain their data terms of use, many users do not understand the content and the nature of the data being collected. Some sites do not offer in-depth explanations to assure the privacy of personal data from their customers. Others use complex terms that are hard for users without knowledge of information technology to comprehend. Therefore, there is no trust in modern data collection because there is no longer a clear “notice and consent from the” people about whom the data is obtained (Raicu, 2019).

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Ethical Decisions

Please read the attached scenario and answer each question.It should be a 2 pages of content when answering the questions.It should be in essay form. All the details are attached

Requirements: 2 pages

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As a social worker, I have an ethical right to shunning social injustices. In this regard, the first approach in my action plan is informing my clients regarding the Mayor’s potential threats. My next step is telling the Mayor of the importance of promoting social justice by embracing the homeless group’s advocacy measures. The other action would be presenting facts showing cases of the homeless who the police have violated. My decision to solve this problem is to actualize the plan using my social work skills, mainly sensitive communication and skillful negotiation with the Mayor and the city council representatives (McCartney, & Parent, 2018). In the process, knowing my professional obligations as a social worker of seeking social justice would help me make a considerable case of negotiating the shelter needs for the homeless.

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Ethical Decisions

Ethical Decision Making

The focus of this paper is the integration of acquired knowledge to develop an ethical decision-making process/model for use in making biblically informed decisions in your personal ministry context. The final product should be more than a general, philosophic description of your ethical commitments. It is designed to help you articulate a practical model that you can use as a future guide for moral/ethical decision-making.


You will formulate a process/model for making biblical decisions in your personal ministry context and summarize yourapproach in a 1,500–1,800-word paper in current Turabian format. Your model must be biblical in nature, using Scripture as a guide for rational decision making. A fully developed paper must:

Demonstrate an understanding of ethical theory.

Reflect a biblical worldview.

Concisely integrate Scripture and ethical reasoning in a logical, coherent manner.

Clearly describe the steps you will take to analyze an ethical issue.

Explain how you will analyze ethical options that appear to be in conflict.

  • Should contain a minimum of three scholarly sources (textbooks, books or scholarly articles).

This paper must be treated as a short research paper. It will be primarily judged on the coherence of the arguments/conclusions presented. The essay must demonstrate a master’s-level use of the English language. This assignment requires critical thinking, logical progression of thought, and appropriate organization. In addition, you must meet the following standards of style and form:

Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the SafeAssign plagiarism tool.

Requirements: CHICAGO/TURBIAN | Research Paper | 7 pages, Double spaced

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Secondly, the theory is easy to understand and straightforward enough for Christians to integrate it into their daily lives.[1] Christians are confronted by numerous challenges and dilemmas that need decision-making. Using the PLUS Ethical Decision-Making Model, they have a clear and instant procedural path that will aid them in making instant, sound, and moral decisions. Besides, the model is descriptive enough to offer a holistic approach to ethical decision-making.[2] Unlike other definitive ethical decision-making models, the PLUS Ethical Decision-Making Model offers essential details on how Christians can make decisions that meet Biblical teaching’s moral criteria. The model consists of seven procedural steps that a Christian should evaluate before making an ethical decision.

[1] Spencer, Nick. The evolution of the West: how Christianity has shaped our values. Westminster John Knox Press, 2018, 62.

[2] Spencer, Nick. The evolution of the West: how Christianity has shaped our values. Westminster John Knox Press, 2018, 72.

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Ethics in Crisis Assessment and Intervention

Question Description: Assessing a crisis can be challenging due to the emotions in moment and brief amount of time to identify immediate needs to resolve the moment of crisis so that the client can continue working on longer term goals. Ethical issues such as confidentiality, self-determination, mandated reporting or profession duty often arise to create potential ethical dilemmas about how to respond.

For this Discussion, reflect on a crisis that may occur in the life of a client with whom you work. Consider the ethical issues within the case that you identify.

By Day 4
Post a brief description of a crisis situation a client may experience. Then, provide a detailed explanation of the ethical issues within the scenario you described. Explain how you would address these ethical issues. Identify any skills and/or characteristics you would use when attempting to ethically intervene in the crisis situation.

Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the resources.

ames, R. K., & Gilliland, B. E. (2017). Crisis intervention strategies (8th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

  • Chapter 1, “Approaching Crisis Intervention”
    • “Characteristics of Effective Crisis Workers” (pp. 23-25)
    • “Rewards” (p. 25)
  • Chapter 3, “The Intervention and Assessment Models” (pp. 48-72)
  • Chapter 15, “Legal and Ethical Issues on Crisis of Trauma” (pp. 518-545)

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Therefore, while solving this ethical dilemma using the suggested approach, I would use effective communication skills to explain my professional commitments and boundaries I should respect. Furthermore, I would demonstrate emotional stability, a trait needed in counselors when listening to their clients’ traumatic disclosures (James & Gilliland, 2017). I would show this by portraying composure in my body language, using a firm but sensitive communication approach during the interactions, and maintaining eye contact. In this regard, my objective would be to let my client gain confidence in me and feel that I have what it takes to assist her. So far, I have learned that the open engagement between the client and the social worker creates a collaborative relationship that enables both parties to develop a care plan that addresses the identified needs.

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Supportiveness and cohesiveness

For each prompt below, respond with a college-level. You should use terminology from the lectures and/or course videos in your discussion. Do more than mention the terms, show that you understand them by giving examples. You should have distinct paragraphs, proper capitalization, spelling, grammar, and organization. You should address all the prompts below in your post. Then respond to two classmates’ posts.  Your responses should refer to course material and add to the discussion.


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Norms are behaviors that are acceptable within a group or organization, which are shared by the members and regulate the performance and productivity of an individual. Having worked in a small juice production company, performance was a key factor as you are provided with an explicit clue on how hard you are supposed to work and the impact it translates to the organization. Working in a small group company, everyone’s performance was monitored and this encouraged me in working harder as those who performed above the company’s expectations were rewarded. The appearance was also a key factor as we were dealing with foodstuff. We had uniforms which were supposed to be clean and well maintained as they printed the image of the company. The organization was small, translating to few workers. social life was more interactive to few members which increased respect, and loyalty. It never gave room for gossips and low productivity compared to big group organizations.  Resource allocations were easy as pay translated from our production, and one’s performance lead to higher pay and promotions. (Borry, et al., 2017).

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