Wolf of Wall Street

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Week 5 - Team Comprehensive Project

The Wolf of Wall Street

Nadina Lynch, Claribel Frias, Cheryl Holmes, & Sondra Allen
Peirce College

Author Note
This paper was prepared for Ethical Leadership – MGT 310, taught by Professor Kristen Irey

Table of Contents Abstract 3 I. DECISION MAKING MODEL 4 II. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES – TENETS 11 III. WHAT SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP AND FOLLOWSHIP ETHICS LESSONS DID YOU TAKE FROM THIS FILM? 14 Reference List 17

Abstract
Jordan Belfort loses his job as a Stockbroker for L.F. Rothschild on Wall Street in 1987 that was caused by the Black Monday. Belfort takes a job in
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* Jordan has his bachelor party in Los Vegas that cost about $2 million. * Jordan marries Naomi and buys her a yacht, a massive house, and luxurious cars. * Naomi has an Aunt Emma who is British. * This movie is heavy laden with drugs and sex. * The FBI and the SEC both have Jordan under investigation. * Jordan and Donnie both decide they needed to start storing their money overseas to Switzerland. * Aunt Emma and Brad help Jordan to smuggle his money to Switzerland. * Donnie gets Brad locked by being all drugged up when he came to meet Brad with his money. * Jordan’s lawyer tells him his house phone is tapped and that Brad is locked up. * Brad quits doing business in stocks and two years later he dies. * Aunt Emma dies of a heart attack with Jordan’s money in her accounts with her name only. * Jordan tries to get to Switzerland in his yacht and has to be rescue. * Sorel the Swiss banker gets arrested in America and gives up Jordan and his friends. * Jordan was asked to wear a wire to help the government to send his friends to jail. * FBI arrests Jordan at his house for not cooperating and Jordan was sentenced to 36 months. * Naomi takes the children and tells Jordan she is divorcing him. * The real Jordan Belfort is shown in this movie in the last scene.

2. Identify the ethical issues involved. What is the ethical dimension?

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