When: May 30, 2019 3:00 PM
Location: cRisk Academy
Ticket Price: $29.00
In this course we discuss models and tools for making ethical decisions. We are often told to be ethical, and make ethical decisions, but are not provided with the tools to help us make ethical decisions. Ethical decisions usually mean make a choice between two rights and includes balancing various needs in order to make what is considered an ethical decision. This is what makes ethical decision making so hard, because there doesn’t seem to be one correct answer.
Most ethical decisions can be described as being making a choice between:
Objectives, values, and a defined process for considering the best decision help us make good decisions that we can feel are ethical. We will discuss universal human values that should be included in any decision making process, how to consider and incorporate organizational or situation-specific objectives and values into the decision making process, and common ethical decision making models prevalent in the world. By understanding how these ethical decision making models work, we can determine a model that is best for us to use in making these difficult “right versus right” decisions. Once we understand these concepts then we can also help others.
Field: Behavioral Ethics
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
CPE Hours: 1.0
12pm Central time
11am Mountain time
10pm Pacific time
- Seating limited to the first 1,000 attendees signing in the day of the Webinar
- CPE is awarded if the attendee meets the eligibility requirements which may include attendance for the full Webinar and responding to ALL polling questions