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ethics

Using Ethics to Shape Human Behavior

This workshop will strengthen your ability to use a practical understanding of ethics to maintain and improve human behavior -- both your own actions and those by other persons.

 Your will rediscover ethical values underlying a lot of our behavior and then learn how to lead a person’s consciousness to those ethics and thereby trigger self-motivations for better behavior.

This fast-paced and highly interactive workshop includes dynamic exercises on hypothetical ethics and actual ethics cases.  Each team will present its best argument for several ethics cases, and then compare their views to actual decisions made by ethics authorities.  You are encouraged to share your ethical issues with the group to further enrich the learning from real-life examples.

We will explore the traditions and conflicts in ethical and moral values that have been incorporated in the decision-making processes of modern organizations. And, you will become keenly aware of the body of laws and obligations—and the regulatory shortcomings—governing your actions on the job and how to avoid taking “unethical” actions. 

You will be surprised at the many unexpected results from the "Ethics Exercise," which compels most past participants to revamp their written definitions and training.

 Desired Learning Outcomes

 By the end of this class participants should be able to:

  1. Lead another person’s mind to his or her own ethics foundation and thereby link good behavior to the other person’s ethical motivations. 
  2. Locate and use codes of ethics in the Administrative Code and Statutes.
  3. Identify fundamental ethics among commonly held values, morals and principles.
  4. Use formally written ethics and informally held ethics in a logical process of determining whether an action is ethical or not.

    5.   Describe precedents to guide decisions on future behavior.

   6.   Describe the general duties, jurisdiction and process of the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.

   7.   Examine the principles of right and wrong that are accepted by an individual or a social group.  

  8.   Discuss "science of morality" and how ethical behavior leads to good, or does it really?






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