Eight short videos introduce and illustrate the principles, or pillars, of values-driven leadership explored in Mary Gentile's book, Giving Voice to Values.
Filmed at UT Austin, In It To Win examines the biases and pressures former super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff faced, and the consequences of his unethical behavior.
More than a dozen short animated videos explain behavioral ethics, business ethics, and basic ethics' concepts. Professors define ideas; students share examples.
Intro to Behavioral Ethics
All is Not Relative
Appropriation & Attribution
Being Your Best Self, Part 1: Moral Awareness
Being Your Best Self, Part 2: Moral Decision Making
Being Your Best Self, Part 3: Moral Intent
Being Your Best Self, Part 4: Moral Action
Conflict of Interest
Ethical Leadership, Part 1: Perilous at the Top
Ethical Leadership, Part 2: Best Practices
Fundamental Attribution Error
Fundamental Moral Unit
Legal Rights & Ethical Responsibilities
Moral Agent & Subject of Moral Worth
Obedience to Authority
Systematic Moral Analysis
Tangible & Abstract
Intro to GVV
GVV Pillar 1: Values
GVV Pillar 2: Choice
GVV Pillar 3: Normalization
GVV Pillar 4: Purpose
GVV Pillar 5: Self-Knowledge & Alignment
GVV Pillar 6: Voice
GVV Pillar 7: Reasons & Rationalizations
In It To Win: The Jack Abramoff Story
In It To Win: Jack & Framing
In It To Win: Jack & Moral Equilibrium
In It To Win: Jack & Overconfidence Bias
In It To Win: Jack & Rationalizations
In It To Win: Jack & Role Morality
In It To Win: Jack & Self-Serving Bias
Over 30 short animated videos explore behavioral ethics concepts and basic ethics principles. Professors explain these ideas. Students share some of life’s examples.
In It To Win examines the biases and pressures faced by former super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff, and the consequences of his unethical actions. Filmed at UT, the video case has a documentary and 6 shorts.
8 short videos illustrate values-driven leadership, and show how these principles are revealed in work and life. Based on Mary Gentile’s book Giving Voice to Values.
University of Texas at Austin
Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D.
Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
New York University
Advisor, Global Compliance & Ethics