Word/time limit: 13-15 Slides (Approx. 5-7 min of audio)
Due date: Wednesday 20th September (by 11.59pm)
The aim of this personal reflection is to analyse your simulation experience and use the available literature to help you make sense of your ethical decision-making process. As part of this reflection, you will need to consider the factors that influenced your attitudes/behaviour and interactions in the simulation, including cultural awareness, and how they led to the group’s recommendation to the Australian confectioner, Bilby Health Snacks Limited. While your experience is the raw data for this analysis you may discuss the behaviour of others in your three-person team or the simulation avatars if this assists in clarifying and explaining your experience.
You should also reflect on what you have learned from the simulation experience about ethical decision making, and how that will influence your attitudes and/or behaviours when facing similar ethical dilemmas in the future.
Referring to your simulation recording and making some notes of the experience at the time may assist you to write this personal reflection piece.
In your reflection piece you should:
• Analyse your experience within the simulation and how it influenced the recommendations that were proposed in the simulation. What recommendation would you make? What ethical perspective did you use? What are the likely impacts on stakeholders of your recommendation?
• Consider the broader cultural context of this simulation experience, by articulating insights into own cultural rules and biases, and showing empathy by recognising intellectual and emotional dimensions of more than one worldview
• Select significant examples from your experience to support your reflection. Where possible, link these examples to relevant academic theory (e.g. ethics, ethical decision making, leadership, roles, etc.)
• Discuss what you have learned about yourself from this simulation experience and how this simulation experience will influence your approach to making ethical decisions in the future (e.g. in your first career-related role as a graduate)
You will also be assessed on:
• Evidence of relevant reading and the application of concepts, frameworks or theories (use of at least three references to literature)
• Ability to present an articulate, coherent and well-presented response; clear expression, well structured, style, and use of the APA system for referencing are expected.
• Ability to present visually engaging and appealing presentation that