Ethical Leadership in Higher Education—Habits of Mind of the Psychologist-Manager: A Conversation with Dr. John Martello

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CE Credit: 1

Length: 45 minutes

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This video project is comprised of four conversations with psychologists who are expert psychologist-managers (Dr. Dale Thompson, Dr. Beth Mitchell, Dr. Richard Killburg, and Dr. John Martello). Dr. Richard Ponton and Dr. Marlene Thorn facilitate the discussions and focus particularly on the ethical considerations of psychologists who are in leadership positions. This program is in collaboration with the Society of Psychologists in Management. 

Dr. Martello, Vice Provost of UMBC (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) and Chairman and CEO of UMBC Training Centers will discuss the ethical response of the psychologist-manager in the development, implementation, and evaluation of organizational policy. Dr. Martello suggests that psychologists are well prepared and positioned in the organizations they manage because the foundations of the ethical principles that guide the profession create habits of thinking that promote ethical decision making.

Learning Objective 1
Identify three areas of ethical concern that are of concern to higher education.

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