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Ce que vous allez apprendre

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    The skills and confidence to act on your values

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    A toolkit for voicing and enacting your values and principles

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    Leadership skills in responding to values conflicts

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    The ability to voice your values effectively

Compétences que vous acquerrez

LeadershipBusiness EthicsEthical Leadership
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Anglais

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Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

Semaine
1
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3 heures pour terminer

What is Giving Voice to Values? Why and How it Works

Welcome to week one of the course! What kinds of values conflicts have you experienced in your life? Has there been a time in your life where you have been faced with a values conflict and didn't know how to speak up, or what to say? During this week, you'll first be introduced to a story called The Client That Fell Through the Cracks. This story provides an example of the kind of values conflict that we all can encounter in the workplace, and how to address it by effectively acting on your values. Next, you'll explore what Giving Voice to Values (GVV) is and who uses it. You'll hear from practitioners in business, higher education, and the military in regards to why and how they used GVV to address their workplace challenges. We'll discover how research informs GVV in developing a moral muscle memory, and how this innovative approach is different from traditional approaches to ethics. Then you'll be briefly introduced to the seven pillars that form the foundation of GVV. Finally, we'll spend some time examining in more depth the first two pillars, Values and Purpose. By the end of this module, you'll realize in the face of values conflicts there is power and impact in asking yourself a new question, "What if I was going to act on my values--what would I say and do?"...
Reading
17 vidéos (Total 73 min), 2 lectures, 2 quiz
Video17 vidéos
The Client Who Fell Through the Cracks3 min
The Client Who Fell Through the Cracks: What Happened?4 min
Why Take this Course?7 min
What is Giving Voice to Values (GVV)?6 min
GVV in the Workplace: The Challenge1 min
Interview With Royanne, Chief Ethics Officer for a Fortune 100 Company1 min
Interview With Chris, Professor at Notre Dame2 min
Interview with John, President and COO2 min
Interview with Kevin, President of Basik Insight, LLC and Retired Lieutenant Colonel US Air Force1 min
What the Research Tells Us6 min
The Three A's8 min
The Three GVV "Flips"6 min
The Seven GVV Pillars4 min
GVV Pillar One: VALUES4 min
GVV Pillar Two: PURPOSE4 min
Key Takeaways From Week 12 min
Reading2 lectures
Course Requirements & Resources10 min
Invitation to Participate in GVV Research10 min
Quiz2 exercices pour s'entraîner
GVV Survey18 min
Week One20 min
Semaine
2
Heures pour terminer
3 heures pour terminer

Recognizing and Learning From Your Success and Failures

What are some of your own individual successes and failures at effectively voicing and acting on your values? What conditions made it easier for you to speak and act, and which conditions made it more difficult? We will spend week two of the course recognizing and reflecting on your responses to these questions so that you can gain some insights into your own strengths, abilities, and personal styles that empower you to act on your values. You'll do so by continuing to explore the pillars of GVV by taking an in depth look at Choice, Normalization, and Self-Knowledge and Alignment. Often people do not act on their values because they felt as though they had no choice. We learn that we often have more options than we believe we do. The Normalization pillar helps us perceive values conflicts as a normal everyday part of our lives. The Self-Knowledge and Alignment pillar helps us understand how to identify and use our strengths and abilities to effectively act on our values. Finally, we will hear a story about Ceilia and how she framed a challenge that played to her strengths to address a values conflict in her work. By the end of this module, you'll be able to identify and consider your own strengths and preferences for values expression in your career and your broader life. ...
Reading
10 vidéos (Total 49 min), 3 quiz
Video10 vidéos
A Tale of Two Stories4 min
Debriefing a Tale of Two Stories and GVV Pillar Three: CHOICE4 min
Obedience to Authority and Choice7 min
GVV Pillar Four: NORMALIZATION5 min
Enablers and Disablers & GVV Pillar Five: SELF-KNOWLEDGE & ALIGNMENT6 min
The Diversity Consultant5 min
The Diversity Consultant: What Happened?3 min
Reconsidering Your Starting Assumptions5 min
Key Takeaways from Week 22 min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Exercise: A Tale of Two Stories22 min
GVV Personal-Professional Profile56 min
Week Two20 min
Semaine
3
Heures pour terminer
3 heures pour terminer

Developing Scripts and Action Plans

Welcome to Week 3! During this week you'll start to build a "tool-kit" for ways to feel more confident and comfortable in voicing your values. You'll discover how to develop scripts and action plans. First, you'll explore the GVV pillar, Voice. This pillar helps you understand how you can examine the different ways to build your capacity for voice and the variety of forms it can take. Next, you'll be introduced to the final pillar, Reasons and Rationalizations. This pillar helps you understand how to anticipate the objections that you might face when trying to voice your values. By doing so, you can prepare and practice effective responses to these objections. Then you'll discover some of the challenges and opportunities you may face in voicing your values based on your level and position within an organization. Recognizing these challenges and opportunities can help you identify which levers you can use to address them. Two cases are provided to illustrate the point that you can find effective strategies for acting on your values at all levels of experience and authority. By the end of the module you will have identified tools that you can use to help you voice your values effectively. You'll use these newly acquired tools to revisit your Tale of Two Stories and craft a new ending....
Reading
10 vidéos (Total 46 min), 2 quiz
Video10 vidéos
Introduction to GVV Scripting and Action Planning1 min
GVV Pillars: Voice6 min
GVV Pillars: Reasons & Rationalizations8 min
Levers for Influence/Impact: It Depends Where You Sit8 min
GVV Case Study: Jeff Salett From the Top (A)3 min
GVV Case Study: Jeff Salett From the Top (B)4 min
GVV Case Study: Is This My Place? Speaking Up (A)3 min
GVV Case Study: Is This My Place? Speaking Up (B)4 min
Key Takeaways from Week 31 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 3 Quiz20 min
Semaine
4
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3 heures pour terminer

ADDRESSING CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE GVV APPROACH

What are some challenges and opportunities you might face in developing values-driven leadership? How might GVV address these challenges and opportunities? This final module addresses some of these challenges and opportunities of values driven leadership development within business and education contexts for managers, corporate users, faculty, and senior leaders. You'll then review some of the core lessons of GVV to apply to work and your individual lives. Finally, you'll hear again from the practitioners from week one in business, higher education, and the military in regards to their implementation process, impacts, and insights gained from using GVV in their workplaces. By the end of this module, you'll be able to create an individualized GVV Implementation Plan....
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 53 min), 2 quiz
Video12 vidéos
The Challenges and Opportunities of Values-Driven Leadership1 min
The Challenges and Opportunities of Values-Driven Leadership: For Managers and Corporate Users7 min
The Challenges and Opportunities of Values-Driven Leadership: For Faculty5 min
Lessons of GVV4 min
GVV for Senior Leaders6 min
GVV In the Workplace: The Solution1 min
Interview With Royanne, Chief Ethics Officer for a Fortune 100 Company4 min
Interview with Chris, Professor at Notre Dame4 min
Interview with John, President and COO8 min
Interview with Kevin, President of Basik Insight, LLC and Retired Lieutenant Colonel US Air Force2 min
Course Key Takeaways2 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 4 Quiz20 min

Enseignant

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Mary Gentile

Creator/Director, Giving Voice To Values and Professor of Practice
Darden School of Business

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