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How do health leaders foster a culture of ethics, morality and social responsibility?
Health leaders can foster a culture of ethics, morality and social responsibility by setting a clear direction or vision and setting an example of leading by commitment, accountability and trust. According to Covey in his book, The SPEED of Trust, identifies and describes thirteen behaviors of high trust between individuals and organizations. They are 1. Talk Straight: promote the principles such as: honesty, integrity, straightforwardness. 2. Demonstrate Respect. Principles include civility, fairness, kindness, love, respect. 3. Create Transparency by embracing authenticity, honesty, integrity, openness. 4. Right Wrongs by humility, integrity, restitution. 5. Show Loyalty with principles such as gratitude, integrity, loyalty recognition. 6. Deliver Results by accountability, performance, responsibility. 7. Get Better by embracing change, continuous improvement, learning. 8. Confront Reality with awareness, courage, respect, respect. 9. Clarify Expectations by accountability, clarity, responsibility. 10. Practice Accountability-Principles: accountability, ownership, responsibility, stewardship. 11. Listen First: Listen before you speak, Understand, Diagnose, Find out what the most important behaviors are to the people you’re working with, Don’t assume you know what matters most to others, Don’t presume you have all the answers. 12. Keep Commitments-Principles: courage, humility, integrity, performance. 13. Extend Trust-Principles: empowerment, reciprocity. A leader learns to appropriately extend trust to others based on the situation, risk, credibility (character and competence) of the people involved.
Is morality a legal issue or leader issue?
How are professional ethics different than morals, beliefs, customs or ethnic traditions?
Ethical and moral reasoning is not about compliance or regulations, but the principles that underlie the rules. While Morals are not guided or developed by laws it is a value system that is instilled in a person. Morals can be enhanced by strategic thinking. Health care leaders may be guided by different levels of moral reasoning such as gaining rewards, typically with a focus on maximizing short-term value while complying with stated rules or regulations, understanding what’s best for a given group or organization without considering the implications on other groups; and creating a broader definition of the common good that includes concern for all who may be affected by the organization’s actions, including employees, customers, communities, future generations, and the environment.
‘Making ethical decisions when confronted with a dilemma is a key to success along the project leadership journey. Using a framework to guide those decisions can be crucial to advancing project leadership competence’ (Five Steps to Ethical Decision Making. (n.d.). A leader is responsible for understanding, upholding compliance expectation of an organization and following the ethical compass to make the right decision. When making a decision a leader has to ask: if the decisions is right for the organization, does it align with strategies and goals, it’s impact, any conflict of interests and does it promote ethical standards? Code of ethics helps a leader make unbiased decisions by conforming to established guidelines and policies
Cite the name/link to the code of professional ethics to which you subscribe.
American Nurses Association (2015). Code of ethics- for nurses with interpretive statements. Silver Spring, MD: Nursesbooks.org Retrieved from https://www.nursingworld.org/practice-policy/nursing-excellence/ethics/cod-of-ethics-for-nurses/coe-view-only/
Covey, S. (n.d.). The SPEED of Trust: The One Thing that Changes Everything. Retrieved from https://www.amazon.com/SPEED-Trust-Thing-Changes-Everythin-ebook/dp/B000MGATWG
Seven Thoughts on Leadership
Leader’s Choice – Five Steps to Ethical Decision Making. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.pmi.org/learning/library/leaders-choice-ethical-decision-making-6031
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