Enhancing Business Education: Bringing Ethics and Excellence to Classroom

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					                         Enhancing Business Education:
                   Bringing Ethics and Excellence to Classroom
                                       Satinder Dhiman, Woodbury University

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Business curriculum
				
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Description: Business curriculum rarely provides any permeating and systematic model to garner a high sense of purpose or values or to nurture emotional intelligence. Our current traditional-aged students, the Millennials, want more from their life than money. They want meaning, purpose, something they can bet their lives on. We cannot afford to leave character to chance. Our vision is to educate the whole person, to teach our youth for life. This concept paper proposes a curriculum that brings together mind and heart-excellence and ethics-in the classroom. In planning for the development of this curriculum, the author has consulted diverse theoretical guides and constructs such as the works of Maslow, Herzberg, McClelland, Ellis, and Patengale; Frankl, Covey, Palmer, and Senge; Gardener, Ray, Seligman, and Csikszentmihalyi; Mayer, Salovey, Cooper, and Goleman; Copperrider, DePree, and Burns; as well as the life-work of Gandhi, Mandela, Teresa, King, Parks, and Greenleaf. From these authors and works we believe we have achieved a synthesis of the disparate fields of Emotional Intelligence, Multiple Intelligence, Optimal Performance, Authentic, Transformational Leadership, Appreciative Inquiry, Cognitive Psychology, Moral Philosophy, and Wisdom Traditions of the world. Such a thorough and holistic approach is unique in business education. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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