Discover How Blindspots Can Impact Ethics
The Business Ethics Alliance will host a Breakfast & BlindSpots workshop on Thursday, August 16 from 7:30-9:30 a.m. at Creighton University’s Harper Center.
This workshop is perfect for anyone who wants to learn about everyday ethics in the workplace. HR leaders will especially benefit from a glimpse into the Alliance’s Elevate Ethics Workshops for organizational training.
“This training is a very popular piece of our Elevate Ethics curriculum,” says Dr. Rebecca Shively, director of education and research for the Business Ethics Alliance. “Everyone has blindspots that impede their ability to act ethically. This workshop helps them identify and overcome those blindspots.”
Participants will leave with a better understanding of why good people sometimes fail to do the right thing. Dr. Shively will lead participants in analyzing real-life ethics scenarios and developing strategies for preventing and addressing blindspots in the workplace.
Alliance workshops are typically conducted on-site at a business or nonprofit organization, but the Breakfast & BlindSpots workshop will provide community members a low-stakes forum in which to sample Alliance curriculum for themselves.
Admission to Breakfast & BlindSpots is $50 per participant and includes on-site parking, a participant workbook, light refreshments and the opportunity for networking. Space is limited. Learn more and register at businessethicsalliance.org/our-events/breakfast-and-blindspots.