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Courses Available Dealing With Difficult People High Pressure Negotiation: Taking it to the Next Level Leadership Workshop Masterful Communications; Because Every Word Matters Influence: Gaining Voluntary Compliance Enhancing Employee Safety Through Situational Awareness Ethics-Based Decision Making Workplace Violence - Prevention & Prediction Teambuilding Suicide: Assessment and Intervention Advanced Presentation Skills Workplace Bullying Ethics-Based Decision Making This course is designed to invite you to examine your own personal and ethical “line in the sand.” During this session, you will be presented with a number of ethical dilemmas and invited to take a position on each issue. Participants are free to enter into the discussion, or maximize their ethical learning by observing the interactive discussions. The learning occurs during the interactive discussion around which position is the “correct” position, and during most sessions, many people flip from side to side based on the information being discussed. This session will also present you with a structured model for making those difficult ethical decisions. This course is structured to be delivered as an interactive 90-minute “Lunch and Learn” session and contains the following themes: Ethics Why employees need to self explore to determine their ethical boundaries and standards. Exploration and discussion around ethics based organizations versus policy-based organizations Focus on value and ethical based decision-making Discussion of your organization Organizational values Organizational culture How these factors drive decision making within your organization Specific case examples that illustrate the need for ethical based decision making and underline the importance of having a decision making model to follow when faced with ethical dilemmas. Justifications employees use to be at peace with unethical decisions Perceived Victimization Acts of Omission Acts of Commission Entitlement Benefits of “Doing the right thing” versus the allure of doing the “Easiest thing”. Differences between ethics and the law as it relates to employee obligations and behaviours; lawful is not always ethical. Actual case studies to assist employees in applying newly learned tools to work through ethical challenges.