Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century

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The Georgia Tech campus community is invited to learn practical techniques to apply self-awareness and ethical leadership in their daily business practices.

The BlindSpot Zone
Presented by Kevin McCarthy, CEO for 360 Narrative

Did you know that more than 85 percent of us believe we aren’t biased towards people or situations. Yet, studies show that there are more than 200 cognitive biases and thinking errors that affect our behaviors, beliefs and daily decision-making abilities. These “blindspots” hinder our influence, create conflicts in our relationships and skews our decision making abilities – often leading to ethical dilemmas. What are your blindspots and how can you overcome them?

Exploring the Ethical Self
Presented by Perry Tomlinson, Executive in Residence at the BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership, University of North Georgia

What guides your decision making when the “rules” simply don’t exist? Explore your ethical self and gain insight into what core values influence the choices you make. Real-world case studies will be evaluated against a decision-making model uniquely developed to guide participants through ethical perspectives, perception of others, and organizational values and behaviors.

Space is limited, register today! RSVP by Friday, November 11 at ethicalleadership@gatech.edu. 


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  • Created By: Rachael Pocklington
  • Created: 10/11/2016
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