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HSSJ 2200 : Principles of Ethical Leadership
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Human Services and Social Justice (HSSJ)
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HSSJ-BA: Human Services and Social Justice
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Principles of Ethical Leadership
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The practices and commitments of ethical leaders to enhance organizational effectiveness, engage diverse perspectives, clarify values and mission, and promote commitment to shared purposes.
Successful students will enhance their capacity to: 1. Develop a leadership philosophy based on personal values 2. Distinguish governance, leadership and management within nonprofit organizations. 3. Appreciate the unique challenges for nonprofit organizations to sustain their mission. 4. Understand that the greatest threat to the nonprofit sector is the betrayal of public trust. 5. Recognize the components of an "ethical audit" specific to nonprofit organizations. 6. Analyze personal strengths and areas for improvement with respect to leading teams, motivating employees, and nurturing innovation within nonprofit organizations. 7. Emulate practices that distinguish exceptionally effective ethical leaders. 8. Identify and analyze ethical dilemmas that confront non-profit leaders. 9. Develop effective conflict management strategies to strength team performance. 10. Develop strategies for developing and retaining a diverse paid and volunteer workforce. 11. Support an organizational culture that encourages creativity and innovation. 12. Understand the changing roles played by different generations in nonprofit organizations. 13. Appreciate how ethical leadership may be expressed at all levels of a nonprofit organization.
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