ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET
Learner: Everett Durante Cordy
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|Course ID Number: MGT7019-8 |Faculty Mentor: Dr. Stephanie Lyncheski |
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|Course Title: Ethics in Business |Assignment Number or Title: |
| |Assignment Number 2 – Paper: Leadership: Trustworthiness and |
| |Ethical Stewardship |
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