Thinking Ethically: Avoiding Common Pitfalls
We like to believe that we are all ethical creatures. Yet much of our ethical decision-making is based on our gut reaction, our internal values, our cultural background and our life experiences. How do we decide what is ethical when blanketed with so much personal bias?
In this session we will examine our own personal values and how they impact our decision-making. Using the wisdom of philosophical ethics, we will a practice new form of decision-making.
What You Will Learn
- Examine ethical decision-making and the influence of personal bias
- Explore our personal values
- Understand the impact rationalizations have on our decision-making
- Use a new ethical decision making tool to move beyond personal bias
Certificate / CRC Credit (1.5)
When you reach the end of the course, you will be prompted to complete a brief quiz. Once you have met the requirements for passing the quiz you will be awarded either a Certificate of Completion or 1.5 CRC credits.