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Behavioral Ethics: A Lens to Examine Ethical Challenges in Social Work Practice
Behavioral ethics is a new area of scholarship and research emerging from the fields of cognitive psychology and business management. This one hour webinar presentation explores the question of how “good” people can engage in “bad” actions without being aware of the unethical nature of their behavior. Implications for social work practice are explored.
Participants will understand how basic psychological processes contribute to ethical blind spots in practice.
Participants will identify strategies to build ethical capital in social work organizations.
Participants will demonstrate the ability to identify and analyze ethical risks in practice.
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