Put the Book to Work in Your Classroom
Companies want to hire qualified candidates that have been trained in all areas of business management. Teaching students to make better ethical choices empowers them to confront and resolve such dilemmas in the workplace. Professors that incorporate the principles of The Business Ethics Field Guide will strengthen their students at all levels in their careers, from the seasoned professional to the recent graduate.
Notre Dame, University of Florida, Texas State, Texas Christian University, Loyola Marymount, San Jose State, Fordham, and Brigham Young University are just some of the distinguished schools to incorporate The Business Ethics Field Guide into their academic curriculum.
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Whether you’ve been teaching ethics and CSR for a long time, or you’re brand new, you can give students a great experience with much less work. The Business Ethics & Society Classroom In-A-Box gives you over 30 modules to choose from and automates the whole process for students and for instructors.
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The Classroom In-a-Box offers complete lesson plans, slide decks, videos, exercises, and assessments for ethics professors—all in an online resource that’s easy to use. Your students also get a copy of The Business Ethics Field Guide, the definitive, practical guide to turning dangerous dilemmas into opportunities. Professors can pick the modules they need, or even teach an entire course. All of the material can be adapted to your university’s ethics competencies and course requirements.
At Merit Leadership, we have decades of award-winning experience teaching ethics in top programs. Our classroom material is derived from The Ethics Business Field Guide, a textbook written from years of research and experience in solving ethical dilemmas. It is currently being used in universities like the University of Florida, Columbia University, Notre Dame, Brigham Young University, and others. The Field Guide walks students through the 13 most common dilemma types and how to think through and solve each of them.
1. What is Business Ethics?
2. Developing Ethical Skills
3. Engaging Ethical Creativity
4. Ethical Creativity Practice Drills
5. Moral Courage
6. Tyler Shultz and Theranos Case Study
7. Philosophical Frameworks of Ethics
8. Cultivating Ethical Culture
9. Stakeholder Salience
10. Influencing Stakeholders
11. Challenger Shuttle Disaster Case Study
12. Shareholders as Stakeholders
13. Obedience, Dissent, and the Milgram Experiment
14. Neuroscience and Ethics
15. Moral Foundations Theory
16. Cognitive Bias
17. Customers as Stakeholders
18. Restoring Trust
19. Engaging Employees Ethically
20. Wells Fargo Case Study
21. Ethical Business Governance
22. Managing Conflicts of Interest
23. Enron Case Study
24. Managing Discrimination and Harassment
25. Multiculturalism, Diversity, & Inclusion in the Workplace
26. Diversity and Inclusion: College Admissions Activity
27. Corporate Social Responsibility
28. Corporate Social Responsibility Topics