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Module 6 – Code of Ethics Implementation Plan Paper
Edward G. Udell, Sr.
Grand Canyon University: LDR-800 Ethical Dilemmas and Stewardship April 4, 2012

Code of Ethics Implementation Plan Paper
General overview of organizational ethics policies
The organizational ethics polices of this organization is based on developing an ethical climate. This climate is one where everyone---leadership, staff, contractors, vendors, customers, and the public---is treated with the utmost respect. This organization has a zero tolerance for rude and/or discourteous actions, or any signs of disrespect. No type of aggressive behavior, whether in person, writing, by phone, computer, or any device, or failing to assist when danger is present, is acceptable. Sexual harassment, discrimination, or bribery in any form will result in serious consequences for those involved, leading to counseling, special training, and/or being released from any connection with this organization. Those who adhere to following this organization’s ethics as explained further in the organization’s Code of Ethics will earn rewards periodically. Those who do not adhere to these guidelines will suffer punishments, including employment termination.

The mission of this organization is to excel in building a strong, sustaining community development operation by developing dedicated, well-trained partner-employees using their education, training, and skills to give outstanding customer service within, and without the organization. Rationale for the design of my code of ethics

The on-going reporting of scandals of corporate executives, politicians, business people, athletes, priests, pastors, and others makes it imperative that this organization spells out its ethical standards, outlining punishments for those who do not comply, and rewards for those who do comply. Plus, the general public expects organizations to have a code of ethics, and to abide by its code of ethics as described by Johnson...