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References Adams, D.K. (2015). How to fire people with dignity. Fortune , (18.12.2017). Alvehus, J. and Jensen, T. (2015). Organisation . Lund: Studentlitteratur AB. Alvesson, M., Bridgman, T. and Willmott, H. (eds.) (2009). The Oxford Handbook of Critical Management Studies . Oxford: Oxford University Press, Baczyńska, A. and Korzyński, P. (2017). Leadership competencies among managers. Journal of Management and Business Administration

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Sterben in Würde Zur Sterbehilfedebatte aus katholischer Perspektive Gerhard Marschütz* To die in dignity is often understood as a personal right to independently determine the time and the way of one’s own death, assuming dignity as a quality of life that wouldn’t exist in serious illness or in the final stage of life. On the contrary and from a traditional point of view dignity belongs to a person’s being that can never get lost and hence has to be respected also at the end of life. For that reason, from a catholic point of view a voluntary euthanasia as

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part of a public ethical discourse: euthanasia, search for identity in the disturbing experience of desease, care and compassion, spirituality and religion as di- mensions of an illness narration. The results are connected with experiences of health care chaplaincy in a neurological clinic. Working with “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” in an ethical training could help doctors, nurses and therapists to reflect their care in- teractions and sensitize them to the dignity of neurological patients. Thereby the call for euthanasia can be reduced. Keywords