Most of us have consciences. Despite this fact, we sometimes overlook or fail to identify moral issues that arise in the course of our work; we can fail to voice our own moral concerns directly and forcefully, and fail to pay attention when others voice moral concerns. These shortcomings in moral seeing, speaking, and hearing can be costly to our organizations, our fellow workers, and our own sense of integrity.
In this session we look at examples of these failings and explore how moral concerns can become more open and active within our organizations.
The objectives for this topic are to:
- Learn what is meant by “morals”.
- Explore what role morals play, and should play, in your organization.
- Discuss the most important moral issues facing your organization today.