|Masterclass 3 - Using Dilemmas to Bring Your Ethics Programme to Life
This one day practical workshop will look at the use of scenarios and dilemmas in training
Key to the success of any organisation's training on standards of ethical conduct lies in encouraging open dialogue and discussion in order to bring the Code of Ethics to life
The use of scenarios and dilemmas in face to face ethics training and corporate literature is a lively and interesting way to bring the subject of ethics alive and to get your colleagues to stop and think.
This practical workshop looks at:
- What makes a good dilemma for training
- How to ensure they are effective
- Cultural differences
- A variety of methodologies for introducing dilemmas
- How to facilitate an effective discussion
- The use of dilemmas as part of a strategic communications plan
It will be helpful to anyone devising or revising how ethics is embedded within an organisation.
This course is being run by Jane Mitchell who has worked as an internal communications adviser with a number of companies, developing the internal communications for their ethics programmes, and as a facilitator of ethics training programmes. Jane is also an elected fellow of the RSA and an accredited member of the ethicability™ faculty.
The meeting will be conducted under the ‘Chatham House Rule’
Next Masterclass, 2013 tbc
Cost of course (including a light lunch):
||Two or more courses booked at the same time |
||£200 per delegate
|| £175 per delegate per course |
||£175 per delegate
||£150 per delegate per course |