Seminar Instructor: John Traphagan, PhD
Next Run: April 28, 2017
This course focuses on how awareness of culture can contribute to ethical leadership and good decision-making in organizations.
Notice: To celebrate the first-ever run of this course, we are offering special discounted registration fees. Please see the “Registration” tab for more information.
Ethics, Culture, and Leadership
Participants will use case studies to think about ethical issues in organizations related to topics such as compliance, technology use, health and illness, and sustainability.
These topics are considered from a global perspective emphasizing how cultural values inform ethical decision-making and how different ethical and cultural systems address and define moral issues that arise in organizations.
Participants will explore ethical theories that have been used in the West to and compare these with approaches in non-Western cultures, such as Japan. The course will emphasize developing skills to apply ethical theories in ways sensitive to variations in cultural values.
- Recognizing Cultural Differences: Cultural differences in the workplace can be overt or subtle. How can we use awareness of cultural differences to enhance ethical leadership?
- Ethics and Culture: How do cultural differences influence ways that we react to moral dilemmas?
- Navigating Difference: How to think from the perspectives of others, even when their ideas seem morally wrong.
- Observational Mindset: Understanding other cultures and ethical systems by learning about and engaging the perspective of others.
- Self-Awareness Through Observation: Building techniques for ethical self-awareness by learning from the ways others think about right and wrong.
Ethics, Culture, and LeadershipLocation: UT Austin Campus
Date: April 28, 2017
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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His postdoctoral research was conducted as a National Institute on Aging Postdoctoral Fellow at the Population Studies Center of the University of Michigan and he has received a variety of grants to support his research, including funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, the Social Science Research Council, the Association for Asian Studies, and the American Philosophical Society. He was also a Fulbright scholar to Japan.
While all HDO Seminars are developed with wide-ranging applicability in mind, the following individuals and groups will likely find Ethics, Culture, and Leadership most directly relevant to their work:
- Senior/Executive Leadership
- Managers and Directors
- Team Leaders & Supervisors
- Human Resources/Recruiting Directors & Managers
- International Recruiters & Human Resources Managers
- Anyone tasked with solving team cohesion and/or leadership problems
- AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center (On-Campus)
1900 University Avenue, Austin, TX 78705
- Hampton Inn & Suites (10-minute walk to campus)
1701 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX 78701
- Hotel Ella (12-minute walk to campus)
1900 Rio Grande St, Austin, TX 78705
- DoubleTree Suites (15-minute walk to campus)
303 W. 15th Street, Austin, TX 78701
On-campus parking is covered for all participants for the day of their seminar. For transit information, please visit Capital Metro's website.
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