September 21, 2010 Breakfast Meeting
Ethical Dilemmas: Three Decision Making Models
All of us typically intend to behave ethically in business and in life. How then, do Goldman Sachs, HP CEO Hurd, and State of Oregon investment officer scandals happen? In all likelihood, the offenders lacked a clear ethical decision making model… and probably caved to pressure or temptation to behave unethically.
In September's IMC OR/SW WA breakfast meeting, Sally Rhys will explore three different ethical decision making models and discuss how they could be applied in your consulting practice.
Most of us believe we are ethical beings. We each come to our personal code of ethics based on life experiences. As a result, the finer points of our personal Code of Ethics will differ.
In this session, you will learn:
- How different ethical decision making models result in different outcomes.
- An enhanced understanding of your personal approach to ethical decision making
- Clear options of decision making models to apply in ethical dilemmas in your work.
- Distinctions between care-based, duty-based, and ends-based thinking;
- PLUS a simple 5-step ethical decision making model.
If you're interested in understanding why business scandals pop up every day and want more clarity around your own ethical decision making do not miss this breakfast meeting. Register Now!
At Focus on Business Ethics, serving for profit and not for profit companies to create and enhance an ethical culture, Sally works with leaders who value upholding the highest standards and ethics in the work place. Services and products include an Ethical Climate Survey, preparation of a tailored Code of Ethics, Ethics Training delivery, Establishment of an ethics and compliance program that meets the criteria of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.
Her help in building Ethics and Compliance programs brings clients peace of mind, demonstrates dedication to ethics, and improves the standard of behavior for employees.