Enhancing Ethical Decision-making Through Leadership and Crisis

Fri 12/04/2020
10:10AM - 12:10PM
Presenter(s): Jeremy S. Wortman, Ph.D.

This session begins with an update on the current ethical and unethical activity taking place across the country. The presentation then focuses on personal character development, the most important element of ethical decision making. It looks at how the decision-making process takes place inside the human brain and provides four leadership behaviors that lead to ethical behavior. Finally, the session explores how crisis in influences the heightened need for effective ethical leadership and identifies what is needed from followers in such ambiguous and emotionally charged time while still planning for the future. Participants will take away specific tactics that assist them in examining the individual’s moral compass and leadership legacy while synthesizing them with professional goals and expectations.