Letter To Editor

Toolbar, Business Ethics – Week 3 Assignment.docx. TAB to switch controls. CTRL SHIFT to close.Business Ethics – Week 3 Assignment.docx.1 / 1WEEK 3’S ASSIGNMENT: LETTER TO THE EDITORThis week you will explore a past event (in your personal or professional history) using a 2-3-page illustrative letter to the editor.Background Information.  Please review the following information to prepare for this assignment: A. Illustrating in Writing: https://t.ly/Nxqx.B. A sample letter to an urban developer: https://t.ly/bBZZ.C. What Would You Write in a Letter to the Editor?: https://t.ly/Dlk0.The above resources may prove useful in finding your writing voice as discussed athttps://t.ly/vmKb and https://t.ly/Azyk.  Remember, your voice is essential in sharing information, thoughts, and insights with others.  Take the time to consider your writing voice and how to make it work for you! Your goal.  Your challenge this week is to reflect on a past event in your personal or professional history during which you relied on personal integrity and ethical concepts.  After reflection, you will transform your thoughts regarding the event into a Letter to the Editor aiming to teach readers of your experience. Step 1.  Reflect on your personal and professional life to find an event (or moment) where you appealed to your personal integrity and ethical nature to resolve a dispute, solve an ethical issue (or contribute to a resolution), end conflict, or make a difficult decision.  (For example Employees at logistics/shipping companies often whistleblow to prevent theft at various points in the shipment of goods.  Such adverse may be difficult because whistleblowing may result in termination, estrangement, and other negative outcomes.) Step 2. Take a moment and write down your story of the event—make a concerted effort to describe the individuals involved (and their roles), your role, the crux of the event (the reason requiring you to appeal to personal integrity and ethical nature), the context of the event, and other essential details.  You should also include a rich picture diagram of the event to help organize your story.  (Please review https://t.ly/8Rkj for guidance on building a rich picture diagram.)  Note: Try to avoid using actual names in the story; be sure to assign pseudonyms!Step 3. Using the story and diagram, create a 2-3 page illustrative letter to the editor sharing your perspective of the event. Ensure the letter:· Clearly describes the event and its significance.· Accurately discusses the crux of the event.· The actions you (and others took) during the event.· Explains the outcome of the event.· …and one ethical or moral lesson you wish to share with people reading your letter to the editor. The letter should be APA formatted; however, letters to the editor rarely contain citations and references.  Therefore, for this assignment, you may exclude citations and references.  Also, please keep all your notes, diagrams, and other artifacts from this assignment because you will need them for Weeks 5’s and 6’s assignments! Week 3’s Submission Submit the letter to the editor, created during Step 3, to the submission portal.

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