Free Webinar: What Would You Do? – Ethics and the Decision-Making Process
Now more than ever, the pressure to achieve results is on the rise. And when the drive becomes more about getting to the finish line than how you actually got there, collaboration, trust, and ethical decision making can be compromised. Not to mention, watching others cheat or behave unethically can have a negative impact on groups, teams, and organizations.
How do the people in your organization behave under pressure? Do they compete against others for their personal gain, or do they cooperate to create a synergy that achieves the best results for everyone? The answer may surprise you.
Join Lorraine Ukens for an exploration of the opposing but related concepts of collaboration and competition. She’ll discuss how decision making and individual choices affect relationships and performance in both the professional and personal worlds. Lorraine will also introduce you to effective methods and tools you can use to illustrate these concepts in the training classroom.
What You Will Learn
- The impact of individual choices on group outcomes and ethical issues
- The difference between cooperative and competitive decision making
- How others can influence the personal decision-making process
- The roles of trust and communication in making ethical decisions
Who Should Attend
- Human resources professionals
- OD consultants
About the Presenters
Lorraine Ukens is a performance improvement expert who specializes in team building and experiential learning. She is the author of What Would You Do?, an ethical and moral dilemma training game, as well as multiple training activity books, consensus survival simulations, and a team negotiation training game. Lorraine was an adjunct faculty member at Towson University, and she has presented at both industry-specific and national conferences.