Ethical decision making - Workshop 2018

Identifier: 83310635

Duration: 1.5 hours

Language: Cantonese

Cost:

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Overview

Along their career path, professionals may face various types of situations that present ethical challenges. A commitment to high ethical standards is essential for them to make a sound judgement which they can have it disclosed without misgivings. The workshop provides participants with useful perspectives for identifying an ethical issue and a step-by-step ethical decision making model to resolve ethical dilemmas and reach an appropriate course of action.

 

Key topics covered:

  • Introduction – Why be ethical?
  • Relevant provisions of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance
  • Ethical Awareness
    • Exercise to assess the current ethical climate
  • Values Definition
    • Exercise to identify the shared values of the participants
  • Introduction of ethical decision model – The ETHICS-PLUS Thinking Process
    • Ethical Analysis
    • Introduction of the “right vs wrong” and “right vs right” dilemmas
    • Test for wrongdoings
    • Dilemma Resolution
    • Introduction of resolution principles


Trainer profile:

Mabel Chu, Senior Community Relations Officer, ICAC
Ms Chu has been working in the Community Relations Department of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) for over 20 years. Throughout the years, she has accrued experience in liaising with various sectors and giving corruption prevention seminars for personnel from government and private sectors. She currently serves in the Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre of the ICAC to promulgate ethics and anti-corruption messages to the business community of Hong Kong.
 
Jean Chan, Community Relations Officer, ICAC
Ms Chan joined the Community Relations Department of the ICAC in 2013. She worked in various units promoting anti-corruption messages to all walks of life, as well as organising corruption prevention training to staff members in public and private sectors.  She currently serves in the Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre of the ICAC to promulgate ethics and anti-corruption messages to the business community of Hong Kong.

 

Objectives

  • Gain knowledge on anti-corruption law in Hong Kong
  • Gain greater insight into the importance of upholding professional and personal ethics
  • Be able to identify core ethical values
  • Understand the concept and nature of an ethical dilemma
  • Develop skills to resolve ethical dilemmas

Audience

Professional accountants who are interested in learning practical skills to resolve ethical dilemmas at workplace.

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