1. There are 11 behaviors associated with
interpersonal trust. What are they? Which five behaviors do you think
are the most important? Briefly describe those five and how they apply
to encouraging ethical behavior and inspiring ethical leadership.
2. Doing good usually involves actions that are considered to be correct
actions because they result in the greatest happiness. Which theory is
based in this concept? Discuss how this theory may cause conflict in EMS
if it justifies immoral or other unacceptable types of actions
concerning such things as the standard of care being diminished for
3. The authors in our text discuss qualities considered be destructive
to leaders. The author also suggested that these characteristics are
theorized to interact to form a potentially dangerous leader. List the
five characteristics and briefly discuss how they can be destructive. In
your discussion, include at least one EMS-based situational example for
each characteristic showing how it could be a negative characteristic
for an EMS leader.
4. The Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness
(GLOBE) project has been criticized for not having a unifying theory of
leadership even though they have identified differences in culture and
leadership profiles. Do you think that understanding cultural
differences and leadership behaviors in other cultures, such as those
identified by GLOBE, helps lead to being an effective leader in EMS?
Why, or why not?
Each response must be at least 300 words in length. You are required to
use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All
sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased
and quoted material must have accompanying citations.