Courses AvailableDealing With Difficult PeopleHigh Pressure Negotiation: Taking it to the Next LevelLeadership WorkshopMasterful Communications; Because Every Word MattersInfluence: Gaining Voluntary ComplianceEnhancing Employee Safety Through Situational AwarenessEthics-Based Decision MakingWorkplace Violence - Prevention & PredictionTeambuildingSuicide: Assessment and InterventionAdvanced Presentation SkillsWorkplace BullyingEthics-Based Decision MakingThis presentation is designed to invite participants to examine their own personal and ethical “line in the sand.” During this presentation, people will be offered 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 engagement will also present people with a structured model for making those difficult decisions when faced with an ethical dilemma. •Ethics defined and explored in detail•Discussion of organizational values •Justifications people use to be at peace with unethical decisions•Differences between ethics and the law as it relates to employee obligations and behaviors; lawful is not always ethical•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 dilemmasLearning outcome: Participants of this session will be encouraged to engage during this session as the greatest level of learning occurs through participation in the discussions. People will leave the presentation with a clear understanding of how to apply structured models when faced with an ethical dilemma.