Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
In Meeting the Ethical Challenge of Leadership read:
Chapter 2: section Theories about Other People, Theories about Ourselves, Failure of Moral Imagination, Moral Disengagement, Turning Immoral Conduct into Moral Conduct, Minimizing Harm, and Devaluing Victims.
Read the Measuring Moral Imagination article. Reference: Yurtsever, G (2006). Measuring moral imagination. Social Behavior and Personality, 34, pp 205-219.
View the video Moral Imagination.
Self-Assessment Moral Imagination
Scoring is located in the Background section of this assignment.
With clear, insightful critical thinking, reflect and answer the following questions:
What does your score on the Moral Imagination Scale assessment reveal about your moral imagination?
After reading your textbook did you agree with the outcome of the Moral Imagination Self-Assessment?
From the Case Study 2.2 in your text reading, how is the decision of the council to solicit bids and choosing Northern Healthy over Strong Lives an example of failed moral imagination?
What are some alternative solutions to address the concerns of the council without canceling the current contract?
How do your alternative suggestions for Case Study 2.2 align with your Moral Imagination Self-Assessment outcome?
Your reflection should be between 450 and 700 words and include at least two scholarly sources. Be sure to use correct spelling, grammar, and APA format in the paper. For questions on APA style, go to OCLS APA Writing Styles Guide.
Note: cover pages, academic sources, reference pages, etc. do not count towards the word length requirement in your paper. Remember the work you do here will benefit you in completing your final paper in Workshop Six.
When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself (name your assignment “LastName_MoralImagination”) and submit a copy through the Assignment Submission Page by the end of the workshop.