What four virtues, that Aristotle believed were critical for governing human behavior, are missing from the “sleep test ethics” discussed in chapter four? What does Aristotle’s “sleep test ethics” look like, and how does it differ from the common test? Do you think Aristotle’s view can be useful in your own leadership life? How? 

What four virtues, that Aristotle believed were critical for governing human behavior, are missing from the “sleep test ethics” discussed in chapter four? What does Aristotle’s “sleep test ethics” look like, and how does it differ from the common test? Do you think Aristotle’s view can be useful in your own leadership life? How?

#1 and #2 assignment are what’s due…thanks.

BOOK: Defining Moments: When Managers Must Choose Between Right and Right.
(1997) Badaracco, JL, Harvard Business Press
(ISBN:
0875848036)
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Assignment #1
“Defining Moments” Part 1 – Questions

Answer the following questions (250 word minimum)

Right vs. right choices force you to decide what is the right thing to do, not the wrong thing to do (Badaracco, p. 13). If you make the right choice, you walk away from the right choice too. In this way you define yourself, and potentially the values of the organization. An important point in right vs. right choices is that you really can’t have it both ways! However, you can minimize the risk once you’ve made a choice. Before you finish the second half of the book, what choices would you have made as Steve Lewis, Peter Adario, and Edouard Sakiz? Why? Professional Custom Writing Services from the Experts!

What four virtues, that Aristotle believed were critical for governing human behavior, are missing from the “sleep test ethics” discussed in chapter four? What does Aristotle’s “sleep test ethics” look like, and how does it differ from the common test? Do you think Aristotle’s view can be useful in your own leadership life? How?

Assignment #2
“Defining Moments” Part 1 – Original Observations
Post your original insight comments on “Defining Moments” (through Chapter 5)
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Topic: Decision making and communication in “right vs. right” situations
Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this session, each learner should be able to:
• Understand the essential “right vs. right” framework that Badaracco outlines in the first half of his book Defining Moments.
• Discuss the trade-offs that are a part of leadership, including the necessity to “dirty ones’ hands” in difficult ethical dilemmas that involve “right vs. right” situations.
• Articulate initial positions on each of the three case studies outlined in the book.
• Discuss the shortcomings of a “sleep-test” ethics.
• Evaluate the claim that it is more important to develop an ethical framework upon issue of character development (revealing, shaping and testing) than upon the application of grand principles or abstractions of ethical reasoning.
• Read and take notes on the Preface and Chapters 1 – 5 of the Badarraco book Defining Moments. (Please do not read past page 66.)
• Answer the questions posted by the instructor in the week two forum of eLearning and respond to your seminar peers.
• Post your original insight comments on the reading in the week two forum.

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