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Recently the School Ethics Commission released several advisory opinions which impact the designation of which board members can participate in labor negotiations, as well as in personnel matters. In addition, are there volunteer activities board members may need to shy away from? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these and other important issues with Joanne Restivo, acting executive director of the School Ethics Commission, and Robert Bender and Mark Finkelstein, commission members.
Tune into Studio SPJ Saturday, May 16 at 10 a.m. Eastern when I'll be talking ethics with Fred Brown, former national president of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Our conversation took place on April 17 during the SPJ Region 9 spring conference, where Fred and I were speakers on an ethics panel.
We talked about the controversies surrounding NBC anchor Brian Williams and Fox News' Bill O'Reilly.
We also talked about how the speed of journalism sometimes conflicts with ethical, accurate reporting.
This broadcast is co-sponsored by the Colorado Chapter of SPJ. It was taped at The Denver Press Club.
This week we have been talking about nurture.
What it is
How to choose the path of self-nurture and know when we are on the path of self-destruction
Allowing the healing touch to nurture
Nurturing our wants
And today we are going to go to the core. The ultimate nurturing is that of our core values.
To be on a quest to find the core values and then to live in the daily is the ultimate way to let go of control, live in our divinity, and to allow great ease in our lives.
Dis-ease is us being out of ease. To find that ease again through nurturing our greatest assests, our values.
Professional Ethics in the work place are attributes needed to be successful no matter what professional you elect you indulge in. Please be sure to send your attendance flag word to your Instructor to receive proper attendance credits. Enjoy your learning journey!
"Focus on what and who matters today keeps you in serving those who you are meant to serve". ~ Tracy Worley
Values based leadership brings forward momentum with action by modeling the values, behaviors, and mindset of the organization. These leaders seek to inspire, motivate, and empower using their influence to what matters most. In values based leadership what matters most is influence through values.
Set values create balance for you and your team to make better choices, and personally create the life you want.
What is your organizations Top4 Values?
Do you have a purpose statement? (Not what you do, but who you serve)
How do you influence others to create action:?
Join me in learning how to implement values based leadership to inspire, motive, and influence to what matters most.
Look UP and OUT,
ABW on Blog Talk Radio, Wednesdays 6pm EDT Listen on-line at www.abetterworld.tv or by phone! 602 753-1860.
How does passage of TPP, or its blockage, relate to ethics, humanitarian thinking, our economy, political sovereignty and spirituality?
Wednesday, May 27, 6pm EDT: This week’s radio program is regards the multi-layered nature of reality. Mitchell Rabin will address going from the inner sanctum of subjective equanimity to the outer world’s hustle-bustle, to the efforts to harmonize and remedy conflicts inwardly and outwardly, to soberly addressing the pathology of the TPP and Fast-Track and the future of civilization as we know it. What is emotional maturity in the context of business, politics and building a society, a world that feeds, shelters and serves all? The mikes will be open at a certain point for intelligent discourse and what actions need to occur to protect and preserve our Earth & the good aspects of our current world.
Adam Weissman of Global Trade Watch and Executive Vice President MICHAEL GENDRON of Communications Workers of America will be joining Mitchell later in the show.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on personality theory and ethics, euthanizing a pet, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: How does personality theory affect ethics?
Question 2: When should a person euthanize a pet?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Welcome to Medical Laws and Ethics class six with review. Be sure you go over all your notes and expect to recieve your final exam this week. You are allowed to use your required text books any any notes you choose to be successful on the final. After the class you are required to send your attendance flag word to your Instructor.
Enjoy your learning journey!
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