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Ethics At Work - Melbourne
Fri. 17 February 2017, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm AEDT
In today’s hyper-connected world, people are expected to make split-second decisions. The experience of being drawn in multiple directions has become part of everyday decision making. Not many people feel comfortable negotiating this complexity.
Ethics At Work is a half-day professional training workshop that will equip you with the tools to identify and resolve complex ethical dilemmas. Using practical scenarios and group exercises, you will explore your own personal and organisational objectives and values, the pressures that work against good choices, different decision making styles and how they can be applied to ethical issues.
Whether you’re a manager wanting to build skills in ethical leadership and developing open, speak-up cultures among your team; a professional wanting to better deal with complex issues and make good decisions; or someone that faces tough client or stakeholder dilemmas or conflicts of interest, you’ll leave the session equipped with the means to work through difficult and often distressing issues and build comprehensive skills in ethical decision making.
Our program is designed to build your ability to:
• identify and discuss ethical issues
• apply ethical problem solving and decision making processes to complex issues and dilemmas
• demonstrate ethical leadership
• identify and manage conflicts of interest
• recognise alternative perspectives
• use the language of values and principles in resolving dilemmas and conflicts
Upon completion of Ethics At Work, you will receive a certificate of achievement from The Ethics Centre.
The program is limited to 25 people per workshop.