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This presentation walks learners through the ins and outs of ethical leadership, and how to apply the concept to find a workable and effective ethical path through the grey areas of work and life.

This presentation walks learners through the ins and outs of ethical leadership, and how to apply the concept to find a workable and effective ethical path through the grey areas of work and life.

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  • Shaping Your Students and Staff Into Ethical Leaders NWACUHO 2006 Presenters: Jennifer Estroff, Seth Miller, and Erin Spencer Central Washington University
  • Introductions
    • Jennifer Estroff, Seth Miller, Erin Spencer
    • Attendees
    • Ethical Leadership Concept
    • Naomi Wolf ( www.woodhull.org )
    • Community-focused mission for department (Statement of Community)
  • Statement of Community
    • Central Washington University residence hall communities incorporate the following:
    • Education: to ensure that teaching and learning take place outside the classroom
    • Openness: so ideas and thoughts can be discussed freely
    • Respect: to ensure that the individual accepts obligations to the community and is held accountable for individual actions
  • Statement of Community, continued
    • Caring: to ensure that the individual's well being is supported and that community engagement is encouraged
    • Involvement: so that all individuals have a voice in decisions concerning their community
    • Ownership: to ensure that all individuals care for their building facilities and adjacent property
    • Celebration: so that Central Washington University history and culture is included and so that residence hall traditions are shared
  • Seven Core Traits of Millennials
    • Special
    • Sheltered
    • Confident
    • Team-oriented
    • Conventional
    • Pressured
    • Achieving
      • Taken from “Residential Millennials: A New Generation of Travelers”—NWACUHO 2004 by Emmanuel (Manny) Mourtzanos and Shawn Whitney, Seattle Pacific University
  • Ethical Leadership
    • What does it mean/take to be a leader?
    • Open brainstorming of “good” and “bad” leaders
    • Definitions of “good” and “bad”
    • Effective vs. Moral
      • Hitler vs. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Ethical Leaders vs. Demagogues
    • Ethical Leaders:
      • Lead with and from love
      • Appeal to people’s idealism
      • Address the “better angels” of our nature
      • Don’t see “them” as being evil, just as having different policies
      • Tell the truth
        • Are accountable to the truth
        • Believe there is something about the truth that will ultimately protect them
    • Demagogues:
      • Breed fear
      • Turn situations into “us” vs. “them” and demonize “them”
      • Discourage independent thinking
      • Are manipulating
  • Ethical “DNA”
    • Every major world value system can be boiled down to these seven points.
      • Kindness (non-harming)
      • Honesty
      • Peace-making (healer of the breach)
      • Justice/fairness/equity
      • Philanthropy/generosity
      • All beings are equal in dignity (spark of the divine, all are made in God’s image)
      • Karma (what goes around comes around, do unto others as you would have them do unto you, what is hateful to you do not do to any person)
  • Concept Application
    • Why is it important for staff to practice ethical leadership?
    • What happens when we have non-ethical leaders on staff?
    • How do non-ethical leaders affect the community?
    • How do we become practical ethical leaders?
  • Incorporating Ethical Leadership Into Student and Staff Training
    • Administrative responsibilities
    • “Behind Closed Doors”/Conduct
    • Community Development
    • Funds
    • Advising/Supervising
    • Staff and Student expectations
  • Discussion
    • How would this work at your institutions?
    • Applications and uses of Ethical Leadership
    • Follow-Up and continuing skill development