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Everyday Ethics: Making Wise Choices in a Complex World
Everyday Ethics presents a groundbreaking method for solving the ethical dilemmas that emerge in our daily lives. By describing the four major schools of ethical thought and demonstrating how someone would answer a problem from each perspective, Everyday Ethics sheds colorful light on seemingly black-and-white problems.
Everyday Ethics was written by EthicsGame’s founder and CEO, Dr. Catharyn Baird, as a complement to the Core Values simulation. The revised second edition expands on the concepts of the original and serves as a perfect alternative to business ethics textbooks alone. At just $44.95, Everyday Ethics is a cost-effective addition to any curriculum.
THE ETHICAL LENS INVENTORY
The Ethical Lens Inventory is designed to help deepen your understanding of your approach to solving ethical problems. Two fundamental tensions lie at the heart of all ethical dilemmas, no matter how complex or straightforward the problem seems. By examining what side you favor in these two conflicts, you can develop a broader understanding of your own ethical perspective—or lens. Knowing the strengths and acknowledging the blind spots of your lens will add a crucial layer of awareness to the decisions you make. The Ethical Lens Inventory can also help you communicate with others whose lens is different from your own.
To purchase an individual use online version of the Ethical Lens Inventory, click the Register button to begin registration. A one-time payment of $45.00 grants a thorough evaluation of your lens preferences, plus permanent access to information on all four lenses.
The Person In Community: Using the Ethical Lens Inventory to Enhance Your Personal Ethical Agility
The Person-in-Community is a printed supplement for the Ethical Lens Inventory, perfect for corporate trainers and coaches using the ELI for training sessions for leadership and team building, or for individuals who have taken the ELI and want to expand their knowledge of the Four Ethical Lenses. The Person-in-Community is a detailed guide to understanding the lenses and their corresponding decision styles, as well as a manual for navigating the complex interplay among all four. The ELI alone identifies your place and strengthens your decision-making within your lens, but together with The Person-in-Community, you can develop the self-knowledge and ethical agility to draw on the best qualities of all four lenses. Booklet is $21.95.