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From the articles bellow, choose two ethical points discussed in the article. Add additional insights. 
Find another reference to further discuss and support your chosen specific ethical points. Include your personal experiences of unethical experiences in the workplace, personal 
insights and perspectives, and recommendations for improvement at work. Cite references.
Minimum 2 full typed pages. Excludes title page and reference list if used.Unethical behaviors are evident in the workplace. They may be seen in various forms such as dishonesty and unethical treatment to others.

From the articles bellow, choose two ethical points discussed in the article. Add additional insights.

Find another reference to further discuss and support your chosen specific ethical points. Include your personal experiences of unethical experiences in the workplace, personal
insights and perspectives, and recommendations for improvement at work. Cite references.

Minimum 2 full typed pages. Excludes title page and reference list if used.

Decision-making
Ethical Decision-Making in Sport Organizations Conn, J.H., & Gerdes, D.A. (1998). Ethical decision-making: Issues and applications to American sport. Physical Educator, 55 (3), 121-126.

Purpose
This review article intended to present various views and perspectives of the inconsistent adherence to traditional ethical codes and conduct in American sport. This brief review provided an illustration of the difficulties of ethical decision-making in sport organizations. Suggestions for organizations making ethical decisions are discussed.

Background
Sport leaders have a responsibility to establish an organization that values ethics and integrity. In amateur athletics, it is the athletic director, coaches, and staff who have the responsibility of understanding and applying the organization’s value system relative to ethical decision-making. Thus, integrity of the leaders is essential in the decision-making process of a sport administration. However, the last thirty years in all levels of sport contain thousands of violations and other decision blunders. Winning has created an enormous amount of pressure, which can blur leaders’ ethical clarity of right and wrong, or should I say the boldness to actually make right decisions. The authors noted “situational ethics” are more prevalent in today’s sports. Decisions are commonly based on the circumstances, people involved, and sets of values possessed by individuals. Given the diversity of people’s views on what constitutes good ethical decision-making, we do not wonder why there are many conflicting ethical values in the sports environment today.
Organizational Ethics
Ethical decision-making in American sport organizations today may seem like an oxymoron. Leaders in organizations set the standards for ethical decision-making within their companies or departments. Individual members of the organizations have decisions each day that ultimately affect not only themselves but also, the organization’s subunit or possibly, the entire organization. The leader(s) in sport organizations can establish an ethical framework in which the organization may operate by:
Articulating organization’s values in a few sentences.
Having the integrity to act according to these values.
Conducting ethical awareness seminars for staff.
Outlining specific decision-making responsibilities to ensure accountability in or

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