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    Teaching Ethical Leadership? Looking for resources that support instruction and tie directly to recommended course content? Then, check out this package, which include 58 complete LAPs and PowerPoints hand-picked for use in the MBA Research Ethical Leadership course plus 14 additional ethics-related modules. Course Guide included!

    We are indebted to the Daniels Fund for its support of this package. This free pricing requires completion of a brief survey that will help us measure impact of these free materials.

    Each complete LAP module includes a student handout (with CopyIT! permission) as well as an instructor section featuring a comprehensive discussion guide, complete practice- (short-answer) and post-tests (multiple-choice) with descriptive keys, student activities, and more. Bring your discussions to life with the included PowerPoints featuring a broad range of graphics to help keep students interested.

    Titles included in this package (see individual catalog numbers for more information):

    • LAP-BL-163, Laying Down the Law (Complying With the Spirit and Intent of Laws and Regulations), ©17
    • LAP-CO-017, Listen Up! (Demonstrating Active Listening Skills), ©18 (formerly LAP-QS-001)
    • LAP-CO-025, Well Said! (Making Oral Presentations), ©17 (formerly LAP-QS-009)
    • LAP-EI-001, EQ and You (Emotional Intelligence), ©17 (formerly LAP-EI-006)
    • LAP-EI-007, Stop the Madness (Conflict Resolution in Business), revised, ©18
    • LAP-EI-015, Grin and Bear It (Using Feedback for Personal Growth), ©16
    • LAP-EI-016, Lead the Way (Concept of Leadership), ©16
    • LAP-EI-017, Assess for Success (Assessing Personal Strengths and Weaknesses), ©16
    • LAP-EI-021, Make the Honor Role (Acting Responsibly), ©16
    • LAP-EI-022, Start the Revolution (Leading Change), ©18
    • LAP-EI-023, Go With the Flow (Demonstrating Adaptability), ©18
    • LAP-EI-027, High Hopes (Developing an Achievement Orientation), ©18 (formerly LAP-EI-010)
    • LAP-EI-030, Have a Heart (Showing Empathy for Others), ©17 (formerly LAP-EI-012)
    • LAP-EI-033, Getting To Know You (Cultural Sensitivity), ©18 (formerly LAP-EI-011)
    • LAP-EI-036, Everyone’s Worthy (Treating Others With Dignity and Respect), ©16 (formerly LAP-EI-020)
    • LAP-EI-037, Can You Relate? (Fostering Positive Working Relationships), ©16 (formerly LAP-EI-005)
    • LAP-EI-041, Bring Out the Best (Coaching Others), ©18 (formerly LAP-EI-024)
    • LAP-EI-045, Team Up (Participating as a Team Member), ©17
    • LAP-EI-059, Raise Them Up (Motivating Others), ©18
    • LAP-EI-060, Vision Quest (Enlisting Others in Vision), ©18 (formerly LAP-EI-013)
    • LAP-EI-062, Make It a Win-Win (Negotiation in Business), ©18 (formerly LAP-EI-008)
    • LAP-EI-063, Picture This! (Determining Personal Vision), ©17 (formerly LAP-QS-011)
    • LAP-EI-064, Culture Club (The Nature of Organizational Culture), ©18
    • LAP-EI-075, Its Up to You (Taking Responsibility for Decisions and Actions), ©16
    • LAP-EI-077, Commit to It! (Managing Commitments in a Timely Manner), ©18
    • LAP-EI-091, Worth the Risk (Assessing Risks of Personal Decisions), ©18
    • LAP-EI-092, Embrace the Unknown (Developing a Tolerance for Ambiguity), ©18
    • LAP-EI-108, Do They Buy It? ("Selling" Ideas to Others), ©18
    • LAP-EI-123, Rules to Live By (Nature of Ethics), ©16
    • LAP-EI-124, What’s the Situation? (Reasons for Ethical Dilemmas), ©16
    • LAP-EI-125, Make the Right Choice (Recognizing and Responding to Ethical Dilemmas), ©16
    • LAP-EI-126, Assess Yourself (Assessing Your Personal Behavior and Values), ©17
    • LAP-EI-127, Fair or Foul? (Demonstrating Fairness), ©17
    • LAP-EI-128, Trust in Me (Building Trust in Relationships), ©17
    • LAP-EI-129, Can We Talk? (Fostering Open, Honest Communication), ©17
    • LAP-EI-130, Genius Is a Team Sport (Collaborating With Others), ©18
    • LAP-EI-131, Be the Change (Nature of Ethical Leadership), ©17
    • LAP-EI-132, Practice What You Preach (Modeling Ethical Behavior), ©18
    • LAP-EI-133, A Force for Good (Inspiring Others), ©18
    • LAP-EI-134, Unfollow the Crowd (Challenging the Status Quo), ©18
    • LAP-EI-135, Power Play (Using Power Appropriately), ©18
    • LAP-EI-136, Pick a Side (Considering Conflicting Viewpoints), ©18
    • LAP-EI-137, Choose for the Future (Assessing the Long-Term Value and Impact of Actions on Others), ©17
    • LAP-EI-138, Sincerely Yours (Demonstrating Honesty and Integrity), ©17
    • LAP-EI-139, Don't Jump to Conclusions! (Recognizing and Overcoming Personal Biases and Stereotypes), ©17
    • LAP-EI-140, More Than Just Talk (Effective Communication), ©17 (formerly LAP-QS-025)
    • LAP-EI-141, Gimme Five! (Recognizing/Rewarding Others), ©17 (formerly LAP-QS-013)
    • LAP-OP-519, Plan On It! (Planning Projects), ©18
    • LAP-OP-520, Check Your (Project) Pulse (Monitoring Projects and Taking Corrective Actions), ©18
    • LAP-OP-521, Making the Grade (Evaluating Project Success), ©18
    • LAP-OP-531, Get What You Need (Identifying Project Resources), ©18 (formerly LAP-QS-019)
    • LAP-PD-001, About Time (Time Management), ©18
    • LAP-PD-016, Go for the Goal (Goal Setting), ©16
    • LAP-PD-017, Weigh Your Options (Decision-Making), ©18 (formerly LAP-PD-010)
    • LAP-PD-077, No Problem (Demonstrating Problem-Solving Skills), ©16
    • LAP-PD-126, Ideas in Action (Innovation Skills), ©18 (formerly LAP-PD-018)
    • LAP-PD-251, Know the Code (Following Rules of Conduct), ©17
    • LAP-PM-040, Safe and Sound (Ethics in Product/Service Management), ©18

    This package also contains 14 additional ethics-related LAPs. A PDF list of all included modules is posted here.

    For online access to all current LAPs, plus additional material as it becomes available, see the MBA Learning Center. 300+ modules, including PowerPoints.

    Feedback

    A student in Ashley Frazier’s Ethical Leadership course at Norman H.S. (OK) felt so strongly about the course that once it had ended he reached out to her to tell her about it. This is a small part of what he had to say: "I really loved Ethical Leadership and loved having you as my teacher. I went into this class thinking I knew about ethics and being a leader but this class taught me a lot and I am so grateful for that."