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Mini-Report Week #12

Team Name: On the Beach Recorder: Christina Freeman-Canavan Elaborator: Michelle Stuyt Method of Communication: Google Hang-Out Sessions and Email Coordinator: Griselle Rose Explorer A: Michael Stewart

Scenario One: Contrary Colleagues The general areas of ethics featured in a scenario where the corporate trainer has concerns of colleagues whose principles are not aligned are collaboration. Collaboration focuses on working strategically with a trustworthy partner (International Society for Performance Improvement, 2002). In this case, the partners are the trainer and his colleagues. As the corporate trainer who fully supports the ideas of B.F. Skinner and his followers, the trainers frustrations and concerns are validated. The featured problem, a lack of collaboration, will most successfully be resolved if the companys needs, concerns, and constraints are addressed in a professional, respectful, and responsible manner (International Society for Performance Improvement, 2002). As previously mentioned the most relevant code of ethics this case relates to is collaboration; however, more specifically, creating a culture for open and honest communication. As noted in the scenario, the training designer strongly feels as though his colleagues are not following the sound principles of professional practice. Although the corporate trainer is strongly urging them to change their practices, based on the case study, he is also not providing an open and honest environment to address the concerns to everyone simultaneously. Collaboration, in conjunction with creating a culture for open and honest communication promotes a comfortable environment where everyone can speak their mind. The overall desired outcome of this approach is to meet the interests of all involved parties to achieve a win-win outcome (International Society for Performance Improvement, 2002). The primary option in this scenario is to gather everyone together in an open and supportive environment to raise questions and prevent wrongdoings. This approach is more ethically stable as opposed to publicly criticizing their faults in front of the new trainees and the supervisor. In accordance with the International Society for Performance Improvement, to remain committed to all individuals involved, everyone should refrain from any behavior that may be perceived as harassing, offensive, or discriminatory because it devalues the other individuals rights, integrity, and opportunity in this diverse society and profession (AECT Board of Directors, 2007).

AECT Board of Directors. (2007). Code of professional ethics. Retrieved from http://www.aect.org/About/Ethics.asp International Society for Performance Improvement. (2002).Code of ethics. Retrieved from http://www.ispi.org/uploadedFiles/ISPI_Site/About_ISPI/About/Code-of-Ethics.pdf