Social Responsibility and Ethics
Vote for Your Favorites in DECA's Ethical Leadership Challenge
Voting is now open for the DECA Ethical Leadership Challenge! You and your social media followers become the judge as you "vote up" your favorite entries.
The Gray Zone: Resources to Foster Ethical Decision-Making Skills
Welcome to The Gray Zone—that hazy, murky space between black and white, right and wrong. MBA Research offers multiple opportunities to help your students understand that the business world includes many shades of gray. Enhance your instruction using our classic case studies, interactive video series, or both!
Teaching the Ethical Principle of Accountability
MBA Research’s ethical principles video on accountability takes a deep dive into accountability, giving students an understanding of what the principle means, its supporting traits, how it plays out in the real world, and how students can use it in their own lives.
Create a PSA with DECA's Ethical Leadership Challenge
In teams of up to four DECA members, develop a 60-second (or less) public service announcement to educate your community about the importance of ethics.
Rules to Live By: The Nature of Ethics
When you think of ethics, what comes to mind? Doing what people say you should do? Obeying the law? While these can both be part of ethical behavior, it takes a lot more than just listening to authority figures or doing what’s legal to be an ethical person.
Congratulations to the 2021 Ethical Leadership Chapter Challenge Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the Ethical Leadership Chapter Challenge hosted during the 2021 Virtual International Career Development Conference!
The Next Level is Inclusion
It has never been more important for emerging leaders to be characterized by teamwork, innovation, competency and integrity. Fortunately, those are the valued characteristics of DECA’s student leaders. What if this moment needs you and the unique values that drive your leadership?
The Ethics of Leadership
Ethical leaders exist in all walks of life. They are the individuals who step forward when crises occur, come to the rescue of others and generally do what's right—no matter what. Anyone can talk the talk, but can they walk the walk? In today's high-visibility, social world, more people are taking note of leaders’ behavior and holding them accountable.
A Quick Guide to Understanding Servant Leadership
The concept of leadership has been around since the days of Aristotle and Plato and has evolved countless times throughout the centuries. But in 1970, a new theory emerged. Developed by Robert Greenleaf, servant leadership is the idea that empowered leaders serve their followers and to enable them to live and work to their full potential.