Ethics & Responsibilities: UI Policy and Decision-Making Guidelines
Course # W00329
In order to be successful, organizations must recognize the rights and interests of various stakeholders—at The University of Iowa, this includes, not only faculty, students, and staff, but a host of other external constituency groups. To be successful in today's work environment, we must incorporate the interests of these constituency groups as it relates to making ethical business decisions. In this online course you will learn the key points of the Ethics and Responsibilities Policy, understand expectations of conduct and be able to articulate the implications of a particular decision.
- Understand the Key points of the Ethics and Responsibilities Policy.
- Understand expectations of conduct.
- Articulate the ethical implications of a particular decision.
- Identify essential contact personnel to involve in ethical decision-making.
Objectives: (At the end of this course participants will be able to):
- The participant will be able to summarize the key points of the Ethics and Responsibilities Policy and understand expectations of conduct.
- The participant will be able to consider and articulate the ethical implications of a particular decision.
- The participant will be able to identify an appropriate contact person for different types of ethical decision-making at The University of Iowa.
Participants (audience course is designed for):
All faculty, staff, and students on campus involved in decision-making of an ethical nature.