You wake up one morning with the flu. Would you go to work or stay home and rest?
Jane, an employee of yours, has a terrible work ethic. You’ve talked with her several times, but the problem continues. Last month you fired another employee who slacked off on the job, but Jane is the daughter of a friend of yours. Would you fire Jane? Give her one more chance? Talk with your friend?
At a store you see a woman slapping a young child on the face several times--hard. What would you do?
A colleague is driving you to lunch and begins checking his smartphone while you’re at a stop light. The light changes to green, and your friend continues to read his phone but begins driving. Would you say something or mind your own business?
You're at a restaurant, and the service isn't very good. When the bill arrives, you discover that an item you had is not listed. Would you tell the waiter or keep it to yourself?
We often find ourselves asking, "What's the right thing to do in this situation?," but when the stakes are high, our emotions can get in the way of thinking clearly and making the best choices. In this lively, fun and practical session, Dr. Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy, shows you how five simple principles provide a framework for solving the above problems and many others that come your way.
The good news is that the principles that help you make the right decisions at work are the same principles that apply in your personal life, too.
Dr. Weinstein begins the presentation with a “What would you do?” quiz that is tailored to the needs of your group. He then presents the five principles of ethical intelligence, and one-on-one exercises show the group how to apply these principles in their daily lives. He concludes by revisiting the quiz and demonstrating how the five principles reveal which solutions are best. A simple but powerful call to action gives every member of the audience the chance to put the principles into practice right way.
You've seen Dr. Weinstein on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox
News, Fox Business, CNN, and CNBC. Now your members can attend his
engaging and inspirational presentation! Who knew ethics could be so much fun?