So, when what we believe and want to accomplish seems to be in opposition to the demands of others (peers, supervisors, organizations, etc. This chapter demonstrates the use of Giving Voice to Values (GVV) within the context of real-world issues commonly found in the economics curriculum. Do you agree with his argument that freedom of speech protects his rights as much as it does the protesters? Or we may even argue that the situation isn’t really “wrong” at all! Rather than focusing on trying to figure out what the right thing to do is in any particular situation – an important question, to be sure – Giving Voice To Values asks a different question. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/12/opinion/mizzou-yale-and-free-speech.html, ‘Justice is worth fighting for’: A Q&A with the graduate student whose hunger strike has upended the University of Missouri The “Giving Voice to Values” (GVV) pedagogy aims to enable students to act on their tacit values and address the rationalizations that they may encounter for not acting on these values (Gentile in Giving voice to values. Distinctive features of the Giving Voice to Values curriculum include: Research and interviews reveal that there are many different ways to voice our values: looking for a win/win solution, changing the boss’ mind through persuasion and logic, going over the boss’ head within the organization, building coalitions of like-minded employees, and so on. Pao’s lawsuit made four claims against Kleiner Perkins: 1) they discriminated against Pao on the basis of gender by failing to promote her and/or terminating her employment; 2) they retaliated by failing to promote her because of conversations she had in late 2011 and/or the memo from January 4, 2012; 3) they failed to take all reasonable steps to prevent gender discrimination against her; and 4) they retaliated against her by terminating her employment because of conversations she had in late 2011 and/or the memo from January 4, 2012. Based on the information in the case study, if you were a juror would you have ruled in favor of Pao or Kleiner Perkins? * Practice in providing peer feedback and coaching. Darden Business Publishing is pleased to present the material in its original form. http://www.wired.com/2015/03/ellen-pao-kleiner-verdict/, Pao’s Alleged Firing Could Hurt Kleiner Perkins in Retaliation Suit The GVV series can serve as a springboard for further discussion of ethics and values as they pertain to individuals’ professional and personal lives. She is the creator of Giving Voice to Values, which is a pioneering curriculum for values-driven leadership that has been piloted in over 960 business schools and organizations globally. Mary C. Gentile, Ph.D. The lawsuit went to trial in February 2015. Strongly Agree / Somewhat Agree / Not Sure / Somewhat Disagree / Strongly Disagree. Copyright ©2020 The Rector And Visitors Of The University Of Virginia. http://www.wired.com/2012/10/ellen-pao-kleiner-perkins/, Gender Bias Will Soon Shine a Harsh Light on Microsoft If you were in Tai’s position, what would you have done, and why? So instead, with GVV, we FIRST ask: “WHAT IF you wanted to do the “right thing” in a particular situation and you believed you knew what it was? The firm also argued that Pao’s job description was mostly managerial and that limiting her involvement in investing was therefore not a form of discrimination. Tensions were made worse after someone used feces to smear a swastika on a communal bathroom in a residence hall. The opening chapter explains the thought experiment at the heart of the Giving Voice to Values (GVV) approach and clarifies why this framing is important. On the other hand, we may assume a sort of “devil’s advocate” position – the more skeptical or even cynical position – arguing that the decision at hand may indeed raise an ethical challenge but it’s just not possible to do anything other than to go along with the pressures. The “Giving Voice to Values” (GVV) video series summarizes the key points of Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What’s Right, written by Mary Gentile with support from the Yale School of Management and the Aspen Institute. In addition to her roles as creator/director of Giving Voice to Values and professor of practice at Darden, Gentile is senior adviser at the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program and consults on management education and leadership development. She said she received an inappropriate gift containing erotic imagery and was present while men at the firm were making inappropriate conversation. Are there any pillars that you think she could have engaged more effectively? http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/03/yale-silliman-race/475152/. How might the pillars of GVV influence your actions? “Freedom of Speech on Campus” explores how, in the wake of racially motivated offenses at Yale and the University of Missouri, student protesters voiced their values and sparked debate over the roles of free speech, deliberation, and tolerance on campus. Controversy emerged after Erika Christakis, a white lecturer of early childhood education and associate master at one of the university’s residential colleges, sent an email to the students she resided over in which she objected to the call for sensitivity. https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/11/11/theres-a-good-reason-protesters-at-the-university-of-missouri-didnt-want-the-media-around/, The New Intolerance of Student Activism Giving Voice to Values presents an intuitionist approach based on the idea that most people would like to provide input in times of ethical conflict using their own values (Gentile 2010a). Mary Gentile, through the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, is launching a new MOOC, “Ethical Leadership Through Giving Voice to Values,” an introduction to using the values-driven, action-oriented GVV approach in the workplace, business education and life. If you were in the position to mediate the conflict between Tim Tai and the protesters, how would you engage the GVV pillars to do so? http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/03/27/technology/document-ellen-pao-kleiner-perkins-suit-verdict-form-and-jury-instructions.html, A Juror Speaks About His Vote for Kleiner Perkins but Still Wants the Firm to ‘Be Punished’ Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What’s Right. What do you think is an ethically ideal way to encourage dialogue and equality on college and university campuses? During this week, you'll first be introduced to a story called The Client That Fell Through the Cracks. 3. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/12/technology/kleiner-perkins-portrays-ellen-pao-as-combative-and-resentful-in-sex-bias-trial.html, Ellen Pao explains why she sued: “I wanted to make sure my story was told’ Evidence included evaluations, self-evaluations, meeting summaries, and messages both personal and professional. 7. Religious Identity Threats at Work, Virtual Reality in the Workplace: Communicating Through Avatars, 5 Building Blocks and the New Story of Business, Giving Voice to Values: How to Counter Rationalizations Rationally, A focus on positive examples of times when folks have found ways to voice, and thereby implement, their values in the workplace, An emphasis on the importance of finding an alignment between one’s individual sense of purpose and that of the organization (which involves self-assessment and focus on individual strengths), The opportunity to construct and practice responses to the most frequently heard reasons and rationalizations for not acting on one’s values, The opportunity to build commitment by providing repeated opportunities for participants to practice delivering their responses and to learn to provide peer feedback and coaching to enhance effectiveness. 10. Through practice, individuals can be equipped to act on their values. And it explains that the voice in “Giving Voice to Values” is a metaphor. He wrote, “[Students] were perfectly free to talk about their pain. Ideological and even tactical evolution demands willingness to hear out heterodoxy. It is not about deciding what the right thing is. Student photographer Tim Tai, on assignment for ESPN, was surrounded and confronted by protesters, including university staff members, who did not want any media to enter what they said was a “safe space.” Tai was attempting to document the protests in public spaces, stating, “This is the First Amendment that protects your right to stand here and mine. Giving Voice to Values is not about persuading people to be more ethical. Ethics learning is increasingly assuming a central position within MBA, professional, and undergraduate programs. Free speech is essential to that quest.”, Writing about the Yale incident, journalist Conor Friedersdorf suggested that the student activists’ intolerance of other views could lead to censorship. Why or why not? The series will be most useful if viewed in its entirety and with the introductory video. How might the pillars of GVV influence your actions? She later wrote, “I have a request for all companies: Please don’t try to silence employees who raise discrimination and harassment concerns. At Yale University, administrators sent an email to students that offered advice on racially-insensitive costumes to avoid for Halloween, including costumes featuring blackface or mock Native American headdresses. It examines the controversy that broke out when Rashard Mendenhall, a running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers, tweeted comments criticizing the celebration of the assassination of Osama Bin Laden. Was one more effective than the other? Previously at Harvard Business School from 1985–1995 and a consultant on management education and leadership development, Gentile is the author of numerous books and articles, including Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What’s Right, from … Darden School of Business The jury ruled 10 to 2 in favor of Kleiner Perkins on the first three claims, and 8 to 4 in favor of Kleiner Perkins on the fourth claim. Or, if we are uncomfortable with confrontation, we may choose to raise our objections through a line of careful questioning rather than assertion. What if you were in the position of a university administrator at Yale or Missouri? Pao began working at Kleiner Perkins in 2005. 2. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 2. 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, Ethical Leadership, Part 1: Perilous at the Top, Ethical Leadership, Part 2: Best Practices, Curbing Corruption: GlaxoSmithKline in China. To discover how voicing values can contribute to professional and personal success, watch Moral Imagination. 326-331. “Giving Voice To Values (or GVV) is a new and innovative way of thinking about, teaching about and acting on our values in our careers  — and in our wider lives. 6. The hardest values conflicts are in the grey areas; the so-called clear-cut issues are easy. It’s like the wild, wild West.” Juror Marshalette Ramsey voted in favor of Pao, believing Pao had been discriminated against. The material is part of the Giving Voice to Values curriculum. “Pao & Gender Bias” examines the debate Ellen Pao generated in the venture capital and tech industries when she filed a lawsuit against her employer on grounds of gender discrimination. The idea behind Giving Voice To Values is that if we simply encounter a values conflict and someone asks us “what would YOU do? And what are the typical objections or the “pushback” I can anticipate – and THEN what will I say to respond to those arguments? What did you do? And of course, the power and influence of our context should not be underestimated. Let’s take a look at them.”, Copyright © 2020 Ethics Unwrapped - McCombs School of Business – The University of Texas at Austin, 8 short videos present the 7 principles of values-driven leadership from, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/28/technology/ellen-pao-kleiner-perkins-case-decision.html, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/12/technology/kleiner-perkins-portrays-ellen-pao-as-combative-and-resentful-in-sex-bias-trial.html, http://www.businessinsider.com/ellen-pao-explains-why-she-sued-kleiner-perkins-2015-3, http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/03/ellen-pao-wanted-a-multimillion-dollar-payout-kleiner-lawyers-contend/, http://www.businessinsider.com/ellen-pao-asked-for-10-million-2015-3, http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/03/27/technology/document-ellen-pao-kleiner-perkins-suit-verdict-form-and-jury-instructions.html, http://recode.net/2015/03/30/a-juror-speaks-about-his-vote-for-kleiner-perkins-but-still-wants-the-firm-to-be-punished/, http://recode.net/2015/09/10/ellen-pao-speaks-i-am-now-moving-on/, http://www.wired.com/2015/03/ellen-pao-kleiner-verdict/, http://www.wired.com/2012/10/ellen-pao-kleiner-perkins/, http://www.wired.com/2015/09/microsoft-gender-lawsuit/, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/12/us/university-of-missouri-protests.html, http://time.com/4106265/yale-students-protest/, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/12/opinion/mizzou-yale-and-free-speech.html, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2015/11/09/justice-is-worth-fighting-for-a-qa-with-the-graduate-student-whose-hunger-strike-has-upended-the-university-of-missouri/, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/12/opinion/who-is-entitled-to-be-heard.html, https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/11/11/theres-a-good-reason-protesters-at-the-university-of-missouri-didnt-want-the-media-around/, http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/11/the-new-intolerance-of-student-activism-at-yale/414810/, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-real-issue-at-mizzou-and-yale-isnt-free-speech-its-social-equality/2015/11/12/0ead3a34-8956-11e5-be8b-1ae2e4f50f76_story.html, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/at-u-of-missouri-and-yale-obstruction-of-free-speech/2015/11/10/1358563e-87f0-11e5-be39-0034bb576eee_story.html, http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/03/yale-silliman-race/475152/, An Action Framework for Giving Voice To Values—“The To-Do List.”, Values-Driven Leadership Development: Where We Have Been and Where We Could Go, Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What’s Right. Yet they often fail to follow through for fear of negative repercussions, especially at work. When facing an ethical dilemma, they generally want to do the right thing. Giving Voice to Values is an engaging, innovative, and useful guide that is essential reading for anyone in business. For the experiment to have traction, the working hypotheses behind it must be explicit, so this chapter names our twelve starting assumptions and explains the reasoning and the stories behind them. Nevertheless, just because there is significant agreement about what the right thing to do may be in such situations, it is still not necessarily that easy to get it done. Instead, it starts from the premise that most people want to act on their values, but they also want their actions to be successful and effective. http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/11/the-new-intolerance-of-student-activism-at-yale/414810/, The real issue at Mizzou and Yale isn’t free speech. Finally, there are things we can do to make it more likely that we will actually voice our values and that we will do so effectively: namely, pre-scripting, practice and coaching. Giving Voice to Values is learning about how to act on your values effectively – not about wondering whether you could. …I hope future cases prove me wrong and show that our community and our jurists have now developed a better understanding of how discrimination works in real life, in the tech world, in the press and in the courts.” Pao’s case has since been credited for inspiring others facing workplace discrimination to act; similar lawsuits have been filed against companies such as Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft. For example, if our most effective style of communication is story-telling and the use of metaphor, we would likely want to play to our strengths, whether the topic is a moral conflict or not. Examples? Explain. Butler had led or been involved in many demonstrations up to this point. This story provides an example of the kind of values conflict that we all can encounter in the workplace, and how to address it by effectively acting on your values. The Giving Voice to Values pedagogy and curriculum are designed to help individuals learn to recognize, clarify, speak and act on their values when those conflicts arise. * Opportunities to construct and practice responses to frequently heard reasons and rationalizations for not acting on one’s values. Each video in the GVV series introduces and explains one of the GVV pillars. We usually respond in one of two ways. 1. This approach is based on the idea – supported by research – that practice or rehearsal allows us to create a kind of default behavior – a sort of Moral Muscle Memory – that makes it easier and more likely that we can act ethically and in alignment with our values when needed. What do you think would be the ethically ideal way to handle instances of discrimination in the workplace? It’s also important to understand that since there are so many different ways to voice our values, we can look for the approach that not only seems most likely to be effective in our particular situation, but also the one that is most comfortable, given our own personal style of communication and personality. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/12/opinion/who-is-entitled-to-be-heard.html, There’s a good reason protestors at the University of Missouri didn’t want the media around Pao’s legal team argued that men were promoted ahead of women, women who experienced sexual harassment received little support, and women’s ideas were often more quickly dismissed than men’s. If you were in the position of a student activist at Yale or Missouri, what would you have done and why? http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/28/technology/ellen-pao-kleiner-perkins-case-decision.html, Kleiner Perkin Portrays Ellen Pao as Combative and Resentful in Sex Bias Trial Giving Voice to Values is about learning how to act on your values effectively – not about wondering whether you could. Rather than focusing on trying to figure out what the right thing to do is in any particular situation – an important question, to be sure – Giving Voice To Values asks a different question. http://www.businessinsider.com/ellen-pao-asked-for-10-million-2015-3, What the Jury in the Ellen Pao-Kleiner Perkins Case Needed to Decide The preceding is excerpted from Mary Gentile’s case Giving Voice to Values: Brief Introduction, which is available through Darden Business Publishing. How might they be addressed? Giving Voice to Values is learning about how to act on your values effectively – not about wondering whether you could. Ramsey stated that the male junior partners who were promoted “had those same character flaws that Ellen was cited with.”. Yet experience and research demonstrate that many of us will encounter values conflicts in our careers, when the way we want to live and the things we want to accomplish seem in conflict with the expectations of our clients, our peers, our bosses and/or our organizations. The Underlying Premise of “Giving Voice to Values” Across cultures, most people feel a strong sense of right and wrong. Intro to GVV presents the “Giving Voice to Values” (GVV) approach to values-driven leadership development. Most of us want to bring our “whole selves” to work. Trefalt, S. (2011), “Integrating Giving Voice To Values Across the MBA Curriculum: The Case of Simmons School of Management”, Journal of Business Et hics Education, 8 , pp. When it comes to values conflicts, the most important thing to learn is how to analyze a difficult situation and figure out what is right. For a discussion of the “GVV Starting Assumptions,” see Chapter One of Giving Voice to Values, “Giving Voice to Our Values: The Thought Experiment.”, A summary of the seven pillars of GVV may be downloaded here: An Action Framework for Giving Voice To Values—“The To-Do List.”, For further discussion of the GVV approach, see Mary Gentile’s article published in Organization Management Journal, “Values-Driven Leadership Development: Where We Have Been and Where We Could Go.”. Giving Voice to Values is, in my opinion, an excellent book that first explains the differences between values, ethics, or morals and how you can comfortably act upon your own values in ethics using seven “concepts” or “pillars.” These include values, choice, normality, purpose, self-knowledge, self-image, and alignment, voice, and lastly, reasons and rationalizations. At Missouri, university administrators were criticized for their slow and ineffective responses to address ongoing racial tensions on the campus. This is a book for every single one of us, any level of the organisation and any type of organisation. Do you think Pao acted on her values effectively? On May 10, 2012, executive Ellen Pao filed a lawsuit against her employer, Silicon Valley-based tech venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (Kleiner Perkins), on grounds of gender discrimination. And as with other communication challenges, we will want to consider the needs and desires and emotional investments of the individuals to whom we are speaking, as opposed to focusing exclusively on our own. Allen wrote, “The issues of free speech matter, too, but they are leading people in the wrong direction, away from the deepest issue. The Giving Voice to Values pedagogy and curriculum are designed to help individuals learn to recognize, clarify, speak and act on their values when those conflicts arise. Have you ever witnessed or experienced discrimination in the workplace? This story provides an example of the kind of values conflict that we all can encounter in the workplace, and how to address it by effectively acting on your values. From 2009 to 2015, GVV was hosted and supported by Babson College. To learn more about values systems and how they vary from culture to culture, watch Fundamental Moral Unit and All is Not Relative. Giving Voice to Values in the Economics Classroom. Abstract. If you were in Pao’s position at Kleiner Perkins, what would you have done and why? I think there should be equal opportunities for women and men to be venture capitalists. At University of Missouri, Black Students See a Campus Riven by Race It’s just not that easy. Whilst the book is aimed at people in business, and written with this in mind, it can be a valuable guide to anyone wanting to act on their values. 36 short illustrated videos explain behavioral ethics concepts and basic ethics principles. How does the GVV approach to values-driven leadership development differ from traditional approaches to ethics? 6. How did you handle it? Why or why not? It begins with a motivating example to raise ethical awareness when dealing with issues as basic as supply and demand. Explain. Explain. http://time.com/4106265/yale-students-protest/, Mizzou, Yale, and Free Speech This case study discusses the unique challenges to freedom of speech public figures face when negotiating their public image and expressing their own values. Describe an ethical dilemma or values conflict that you have faced in your work or personal life. 5. The Yale School of Management was the founding partner, along with the Aspen Institute, which also served as the incubator for GVV. * How a leader raises values-based issues in an effective manner – what she/he needs to do to be heard and how to correct an existing course of action when necessary. In this letter they stated, “We are not asking to be coddled… [We] simply ask that our existences not be invalidated on campus. ), the ability to successfully voice our values and navigate these differences is crucial. The book focuses on Giving Voice to Values (GVV) in Accounting and is geared toward both Accounting Academics and Professionals to provide them with the impetus and resources necessary to easily implement the GVV offering into their organizations'. How would you prepare for a similar situation today? Freelance journalist Terrell Jermaine Starr, in defense of the protesters, wrote: “This wasn’t a problem with Tai’s character or his journalistic integrity; he was doing his job… but reporters should also feel a responsibility to try to understand and respect [the protesters’] pain…” Starr continued: “In many communities that historically have been marginalized and unfairly portrayed by the media, there’s good reason people do not trust journalists: They often criminalize black people’s pain and resistance to racial oppression.” Suzanne Nossel, executive director of PEN American Center, defended free speech as a crucial driver of social justice reform: “[Without] free speech, the “safe spaces” students crave will soon suffocate them. Do you agree with Gentile? She became a junior investing partner, but after several years at the firm was passed over for a senior partner position and was eventually terminated. Giving Voice to Values is learning about how to act on your values effectively – not about wondering whether you could. Explain. Likewise, free speech defenders will not win by dismissing students as insolent whiners. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/at-u-of-missouri-and-yale-obstruction-of-free-speech/2015/11/10/1358563e-87f0-11e5-be39-0034bb576eee_story.html, A Dialogue on Race and Speech at Yale Have you ever worked at a job where you faced ethically questionable behavior? Giving voice to values book summary Learn spanish in 30 days free pdf, Babson College researcher Mary C. Gentile lucidly outlines and discusses the fundamentals of the “Giving Voice to Values” (GVV) curriculum she launched at the Aspen Institute in conjunction with Yale University. GVV consists of seven principles, or pillars, that represent ways of thinking about values, our identity, and our own capabilities. 3. B.A., College of William and Mary; M.A., Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo. What do you think are the key strengths of the GVV approach? If you’ve ever kept silent against your better judgement then Giving Voice to Values is an ideal read. The full case study, discussion questions, and additional resources can be accessed through the link below, which will open a new tab at The Texas Program in Sports & Media website. I wanted to be a VC but I wasn’t able to do so in that environment. 1. Do you think each of these people acted effectively? This act of vandalism, and the university’s response, became the final straw for graduate student Jonathan Butler. It may even help us find new ways of expressing our values that would not have occurred to us if we didn’t seek out different perspectives. We can approach the communication challenge with the same analytical and personal capabilities that we would use in any other situation, whether it is convincing our professor to give us an extension on our final paper or persuading our manager to extend a new product launch deadline. Offenses included verbal, emotional, and physical abuse. Available through Coursera, the four-week online course is free of charge ($79 for a course certificate). Ellen Pao Loses Silicon Valley Bias Case Against Kleiner Perkins 30 videos - one minute each - relate recent scandals in the news and give ethical insights. 5. “Defending Freedom of Tweets?” takes a look at the backlash Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall received from fans after he tweeted a criticism of the celebration of the assassination of Osama Bin Laden. http://recode.net/2015/09/10/ellen-pao-speaks-i-am-now-moving-on/, After Loss, Pao Hopes Case Leveled the Playing Field Do you think this was effective? 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