5.1 Discussion: Devotional Reflection-Diversity
1. Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
2. Take a moment to reread Romans 12:4, 1 Corinthians 12:12 and Revelation 7:9-10.
3. Reflect and respond to the following prompts:
a. Have you ever looked at the different parts of Christ’s church as a representation of diversity? Does it help you to recognize the importance of diversity (not only race but in areas like gender, disability, and culture) in the Church? How?
b. What type of picture does Revelation 7:9-10 paint for you?
c. Is there any way you can better create this picture of heaven right now in your life? How might that look? Will it be a stretch for you?
4. Your reflection post should be at least one full page in length and incorporate at least one Scripture other than those covered in the assignment, that supports your post. Be sure to use proper grammar, spelling and properly cite your sources.
5.3 Discussion: Outsourcing Rebuttal
1. Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
2. Review White’s Biblical Principles from Workshop Three.
3. You posted your stance on outsourcing within Inotech in Workshop Four.; in this workshop, you will choose two classmates’(attached two classmates’ post) arguments that took an opposite view as yours, see Discussion 4.3.
4. Copy and paste your classmates’ original posts into your thread before composing your rebuttals under them. Label your posts “Your name rebuttal to Student’s name”. Example: Sara Smith’s rebuttal to John Doe.
5. Each rebuttal shall be separate and address the following:
a. Compare and contrast your view and your classmates’ viewpoints regarding the outsourcing of janitorial services. 
b. Analyze your classmates’ uses of the ethical framework and discuss why they errored in their outcome.
c. Explain by using an ethical theory from Chapter 5 in your textbook to show how your classmates’ views are not ethical.
d. Present new evidence to support your original stance in an effort to change the position of the classmate you are responding to.
e. How does your ethical stance on outsourcing demonstrate White’s biblical principles (i.e., just weight, total honesty, being a servant, personal responsibility, and reasonable profits)?
6. The rebuttal must be presented without personal attack or malice and in a courteous manner.
7. Each rebuttal post needs to be composed with a minimum of 300 words.
8. Your responses are due by the end of the workshop.
5.4 Project Assignment: Personal Ethics Statement (Diversity)
1. Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
2. Read Chapter 11 in Meeting the Ethical Challenge of Leadership textbook.
3. Read Article: Defining Diversity: Beyond Race And Gender.
4. Watch the Ted Talk: The Dangers of a Single Story.
5. With clear, insightful critical thinking, reflect and answer the following questions.
a. In your own words, how does a “single story” (explained in the Ted Talk “The Danger of a Single Story”) emphasize how we are different rather than how we are similar?
b. What dangers does this notion of a “single story” produce for you personally and in the workplace when understanding diversity?
c. Explore one of the laws mentioned in the background section and discuss briefly how this law helps protect members of this population?
d. In what ways can you broaden your sense of diversity?
6. Your reflection should be between 450 and 700 words and include at least two scholarly sources. Be sure to use correct spelling, grammar, and APA format in the paper. For questions on APA style, go to OCLS APA Writing Styles Guide. 
a. Note: cover pages, academic sources, reference pages, etc. do not count towards the word length requirement in your paper. Remember the work you do here will benefit you in completing your final paper in Workshop Six.
7. When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself (name your assignment “LastName_Ethics_Diversity”) and submit a copy through the Assignment Submission Page by the end of the workshop.