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Involving Your People in the Ethics Program Planning Process

In this lesson, we will look at group decision-making procedures and how to effectively work together to address the areas of need identified with the previous lesson survey.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the principles and understanding that lay the foundation for strategic group decision-making.

  2. Identify the signs that a group demonstrates when struggling with effective decision-making.

  3. Understand pros and cons of the different decision-making procedures.

Essential Questions

  1. What understandings does a group need to have about a problem to effectively solve it? 

  2. What are signs that my group is struggling with effective decision-making?

  3. What is the group decision-making procedure that best fits my team, and why?

Build Your Skills

Get The Overview

Check out this lesson's overview and share your learning with people in your organization.

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Learn The Basics

Learn how to strategically approach group decision-making to get the most out of your ethics program planning.

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Apply Your Learning

Plan a meeting using a group decision-making procedure to identify solutions to the problems identified with the survey results from the first lesson in Module 3.

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