This 90-minute instructor-led workshop helps participants discover why good people sometimes make bad choices. Knowing more about the psychological tendencies that blind us to right decision and right action helps individuals and organizations better understand and solve their ethical issues.
People are basically good and know what is right, but sometimes things get in the way of our commitment to ethics. BlindSpots refer to the psychological tendencies that blind us to right decision and right action. These BlindSpots are part of our psychology and often serve useful purposes, but they can also cause us to waver in our commitment to ethical action. This workshop will explore five of the most common BlindSpots in organizations. Participants will practice spotting BlindSpots in ethics scenarios and brainstorm ways to “see through” their own BlindSpots.
Discover why good people sometimes make bad choices
Examine and analyze psychological BlindSpots through examples
Assess and identify BlindSpots in real life ethics scenarios
Develop ways to overcome BlindSpots
Nearby parking is free. Participants are encouraged to arrive early to network. Workshop packets will be provided. Cost is $50.
Creighton University Harper Center 3027
602 N. 20th St.
Omaha, NE 68178