Our guest editor, Mary Gentile, has been a thought leader in this area for more than a decade, having developed a methodology and curriculum titled Giving Voice to Values
, to capture the overarching objective.
Mary Gentile, the author of the acclaimed book on ethical decision-making, Giving Voice to Values
, posits that values are a superior basis for helping us do the right thing because values come from within, while "ethics" are defined by someone else.
Mary Gentile details this method of training in her book Giving Voice to Values
: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right (Yale University Press 2010).
This paper considers conscientization in the context of Adaptive Leadership, the Four Frames Approach, Giving Voice to Values
Curriculum, and the Competing Values Framework.
These four arguments are part of an ethics education tool known as Giving Voice to Values
Mary Gentile, Ph.D., Creator/Director, Giving Voice to Values
, and Professor of Practice, University of Virginia Darden School of Business
3.3 Using Giving Voice to Values
to Improve Academic Integrity
The originally intended audience for Giving Voice to Values
was management educators and business students, and its purpose was to transform management education's approach to values-driven leadership development.
Part 3 describes values as pathways to ethical action, with chapters on scenario-based teaching and applications of the 'Giving Voice to Values
Mary Gentile, Director of the Giving Voice to Values
curriculum at Babson College, USA; Rebecca Darr, Senior Fellow from the Aspen Institute, USA; Prof.
(www.MaryGentile.com), is a professor at Babson College and author of Giving Voice To Values
: How To Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right (Yale University Press 2010).
Gentile set out to tackle the "ethics in business" conundrum in Giving Voice to Values
. Gentile, a former Harvard professor and current Babson College scholar, explores not only why we sometimes do not act alongside our values, but also how employees can do just that, while still advancing their careers.