A Practitioner Model for Ethical Leadership

Academic leaders are often called upon to make difficult ethical decisions. From the daily issues of resource allocation to the unexpected misconduct of faculty or students, few ethical decisions are black and white. To deal with such issues, Perrin Cohen, an associate professor of psychology at Northeastern University, together with his colleague Donna Qualters, an associate professor of education and the director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Suffolk University, recommends the Awareness, Investigation, and Response (AIR) model (Cohen, McDaniels, and Qualters, 2005), which provides an interdisciplinary framework for reflective ethical inquiry.

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