I’m A Good Person, (Except When I’m Not): How Our Brains Rationalize Unethical And Fraudulent Behaviors
I’m A Good Person, (Except When I’m Not): How Our Brains Rationalize Unethical And Fraudulent Behaviors – Almost every day, we hear stories of good people who have done bad things. Do these stories ever make you wonder how this could have happened? Could something bad happen to your organization? In this interactive block of instruction, you will learn how to apply the latest scientific research to interfere with our brain’s natural rationalization processes in order to become a more effective leader as well as to improve your organization’s ethical culture. (2 hrs)
Learning Objectives: After this block of instruction, the participants will be able to:
- Describe the process of ethical fading.
- Explain the psychological processes that allow people to rationalize unethical behavior.
- Define ethical amnesia
- Discuss the relation of conformity to unethical behavior.
- Explain how improper framing can lead to unethical behavior.
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