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Everyday Ethics. What is the Problem?. The following is for educational purposes. Always seek professional advice regarding potential legal issues or ethical concerns. It’s About Making Choices.

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what is the problem
What is the Problem?

The following is for educational purposes. Always seek professional advice regarding potential legal issues or ethical concerns.

it s about making choices
It’s About Making Choices

Americans can always be counted on to do the right thing. After they have tried everything else.   Potter Stewart

framing model

Making Ethical Decisions

  • Gather the facts
  • Determine the stakeholders
  • Define the problem
  • Examine courses of action
    • Discard those that are clearly wrong
    • Question remaining alternatives
  • Choose
Framing Model
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What are the issues?

  • Who are the stakeholders?
  • What courses of action are available?
  • What would you do?
transport moral leaders with a single thought

Moral Person

Moral Manager

Weak

Strong

Hypocritical Leader

Moral Leader

Strong

Ethically Silent Leader

Unethical Leader

Weak

Transport Moral Leaders with a Single Thought
create moral confidence

Demonstrate Moral Behavior

  • Empower those around you to be ethical
  • Praise and reward ethical speech and behavior
Create Moral Confidence
what you can do

Be a Leader

  • Empower Others
  • Build an Ethical Community
What You Can Do

“Always do right--this will gratify some and astonish the rest.”

Mark Twain

what you can do1

Be seen behaving in an ethical manner

  • Promote the need for ethical behavior throughout the organization as part of your routine audit work
What You Can Do
what you can do2

Act with INTEGRITY

  • Ensure OBJECTIVITY
  • Preserve CONFIDENTIALITY
  • Maintain COMPETENCY
What You Can Do
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