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Ethics for Trainers—Workplace Issue by Jennie Johnson

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Ethics Applied

In the end, understanding and developing ethics matters little if you don't apply ethics to your personal behaviors and actions or if the employees of your organization don't apply ethics to organizational policies and procedures. The following section will provide some guidelines for making ethical decisions as well as creating a comprehensive system in support of organizational ethics.

Decision-Making Process

Underlying the following seven-step process are the decision-making steps presented in “Ethics for Training and Development,” Infoline No. 259515, which provide a comprehensive way to think about work, solve ethical dilemmas, and make ethical decisions. These steps don't necessarily occur as distinct links in a chain, ...

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