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What are the 4 components of ethical behavior?

Moral Sensitivity
Moral Judgement
Moral Motivation
Moral Character

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What are the 6 components of moral intensity?

Magnitude of Consequences
Social Consensus
Probability of Effect
Temporal Immediacy
Proximity
Concentration of Effect

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What are 6 tips for enhancing your ethical sensitivity?

Engage in active listening and role playing
Pay attention to your feelings
Challenge mental models or schemas
Adapt to situation
Be creative
Crank up moral intensity

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What are the 3 parts of cognitive development?

Pre-conventional
Conventional
Post-conventional

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What are 3 destructive motivations?

Insecurities
Greed
Ego

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What are 2 examples of cognitive bias?

Forgiving our unethical behavior
Overlooking others unethical behavior

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Moral potency

Sense of responsibility for personal ethical behaviors and the actions of colleagues

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What are 7 assumptions that equip us to act on our ethical choices?

Certain values are widely shared
Acknowledge the power of choice
Treat values conflicts as normal
Define your personal and professional purpose
Play to your personal strengths
Find your unique voice
Anticipate reasons and rationalizations for unethical behavior

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What are the 4 steps of The Lonergan / Baird Method?

Be attentive
Be intelligent
Be reasonable
Be responsible

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What does the Be Attentive step mean in The Lonergan / Baird Method?

Consider what works

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What does the Be Intelligent step mean in The Lonergan / Baird Method?

Sort through the data

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What does the Be Reasonable step mean in The Lonergan / Baird Method?

Evaluate the options

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What does the Be Responsible step mean in The Lonergan / Baird Method?

Act with courage

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What are the 4 lenses (in order) of the Moral Compass?

Purpose
Principle
People
Power

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What does Lens 1 Purpose mean of the Moral Compass?

Will this action serve a worthwhile purpose?

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What does Lens 2 Principle mean of the Moral Compass?

Is this action consistent with relevant principles?

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What does Lens 3 People mean of the Moral Compass?

Does this action respect the legitimate claims of the people likely to be affected?

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What does Lens 4 Power mean of the Moral Compass?

Do we have the power to take this action?

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What are the 4 elements of the Foursquare Protocol?

1. Close the description of the situation
2. Gathering accumulated experience in similar situations
3. Recognize the significant distinctions between the current problem and past one
4. Situating yourself to decide

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What are the 5 "I"'s in The Five I Format?

Identify the problem
Investigate the problem
Innovate by generating a variety of solutions
Isolate a solution
Implement the solution

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Pre-conventional Thinking

The earliest stage of thinking

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Conventional Thinking

Thinkers looking to others for guidance

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Post-Conventional Definition

Most advanced type of reasoning relying on universal values and principles

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