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about an ethical issue and respond to the scenario: Minimum of 350 words with references. No intro required.
There are many ethical problems with this scenario; identify as many of these as you can. Once you have described what the professional did wrong, provide suggestions for better ways to handle this situation.
In the profession of an Industrial Organization (I/O) psychologist, discuss an ethical issue you are likely to encounter. Some suggested considerations are confidentiality, dual or conflicting relationships, payment, advertising of services, and competence. Then discuss what actions you could take to prevent or successfully navigate the issue.
Evidence Based Staff Training: USE References below. Introduction and conclusion not necessary.
Acme Behavioral Consultation, Inc. has another new client. This time, you are asked to join a team of consultants who have been working with Global Ed Charter School. Global Ed is a for-profit organization in Washington, D.C. serving a diverse group of students, culturally and economically. Global Ed president has reported that behavior incidents have increased since the beginning of the school year in all classes. The president has been lobbying the board for the last two years to develop a behavior management services unit at the school. In addition, she believes that the staff require additional training on basic behavior analytic tactics.
Your Acme Behavioral Consultation, Inc. supervisor has tasked you with providing initial ideas for an effective staff training program to be implemented at Global Ed.
For your Discussion this week you are asked to discuss potential staff training plans for Global Ed:
A Minimum of 400 words requires including references from:
1. Parsons, M. B., Rollyson, J. H., & Reid, D. H. (2012). Evidence-based staff training: a guide for practitioners. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 5(2), 2–11.
2.Morgan, D. L., & Morgan, R. K. (2009). Interobserver agreement. In Single-case Research Methods for the Behavioral and Health Sciences. [62–67} Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications, Inc.
3. Redmon, W. K. (2001). Handbook of Organizational Performance, 1st Edition.
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