Ethical decision making is the process of evaluating options and making choices that are consistent with ethical principles. When this is a part of an organizational culture, outcomes can lead to confidence building from consumers and the general public. While the vast majority of managers and employees mean to run ethical organizations, biases can distort ethical decision making and lead to sub-par outcomes.
Leadership training through the Minnesota Benefit Association is conducted by highly qualified trainers who have a background in education and/or public service.
Minnesota Benefit Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing exclusive services, benefits, and scholarship programs to current or retired public employees and elected officials in the state of Minnesota.