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ADGR 7785 Leadership and Decision Making: Ignatian-Based Applied Ethics (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

What role can ethics and morals play in influencing leaders? Too often, decisions are made based solely on numbers or shareholder value, and without reflection. Any collateral damage is then justified as being just the "cost of doing business." We have an obligation to each other and to ourselves to personally engage and make decisions in a moral context. Using Ignatian discernment and values as a guide, this course will explore strategies and options for integrating values into leadership decision-making. Applying those strategies to real world case studies, we will develop tools to help navigate those situations where there is pressure to compromise values or disengage from our moral compass.

Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 02-Jun-15