How can you best determine what is truly in the public’s interest? How do you decide between two “right” positions? This program will help you develop a new self-awareness as well as tools for moral reasoning and a robust ethical framework to assist in everyday decision making. Together we will explore the meaning of integrity, values, and beliefs—and how these shape our behaviors and actions.
Examine the tensions between your own personal values and your responsibilities to the public—and discover how to address both with integrity.
This course is required for the Certificate in Public Leadership. It is also part of the Executive Pathways series and is required for the Executive Master of Science in Leadership program.
“Great information and lots of take aways that will help me improve interpersonal relationships with my co-workers.” – BEE Course Participant
- Think about and frame ethical dilemmas to make choices with confidence
- Discern differences, appreciate ambiguities, and weigh options in decision making
- Through enhanced self-knowledge, give voice to values for honest engagement with others