How to Lead Ethically in a Demanding Environment - It Isn't Easy, Part 1
Presented by Jerry W. Robicheau, Ph.D., Term Faculty of Education at Concordia University and also Professor Emeritus, MN State University, Mankato.
This 2 part series addresses ethical leadership. It includes general constructs regarding ethics, an identification of ethical leadership, as well as the dynamics and dilemmas individuals may encounter when faced with ethical issues in their professional lives and workplaces. This two part training may be used by MN social workers to fulfill their ethics training licensure requirement. You must pass both quizzes and contact Mary, email@example.com to receive your appropriate certificate.
Click the link that follows to access the MN Standards of Practice for Social Workers.
Standards of Practice
Click the links below to download the documents associated with this presentation.
Achieving the Ethical Workplace
Ethical Leadership, What is It Really?
Ethical Leadership Self-Assessment Tool
The Leadership Theory of Robert K. Greenleaf