Course Good decisions.
When the world of work gets stressful, short-term thinking can prevail, leading to poor decision making at a time when clear thinking is most needed.
"In an increasingly volatile environment, organisations often fall back on short-term goals, unthinking practices and prescriptive compliance and surveillance to guide behaviour. As a result, people risk becoming rule followers, incapable of making good decisions under uncertain and pressured conditions," says Stuart Palmer, head of practice at St James Ethics Centre.
A better understanding of ethics, and the ingredients that make up ethical decision making, could help.
"It builds people's capacity to more effectively, collaboratively and sustainably pursue their individual and organisational purposes over the long term," he says.
In this interactive workshop, participants are challenged by ideas, case studies and dilemmas.
Duration One day.
Time 9am to 4pm.
Where North Sydney.
When Runs four times a year, plus in-house on demand. Next public course, May 22.