Whether we recognize it or not, we are confronted with ethical situations everyday. Ethics dictate how we act, how we behave, and guides the decisions we make. How do we avoid regretting our actions later on in life? Regret can sometimes sink in almost immediately, but it can also take years to surface. In the course, you will learn two approaches to dealing with ethical situations and preventing regret. Using a principles-based approach, you will learn to take actions and make decisions keeping in mind five simple to remember (but harder to live by) principles. A prescriptive approach will help you embed ethics into your decision-making process. Both approaches are demonstrated through an integrated video case.
This course is Part 2 of a 4 part Ethical video course – the first is Ethical Intelligence – each course can stand alone though.
Delivery Method: QAS Self study -On demand webcast (Video)
Run-time: 45:44 minutes – Video is broken down into 4 segments.
Advanced Preparation: None