Points of deflection — ethics in the real world
Life is filled with millions of decisions that collectively make us who we are.
But a small set of key decisions can dramatically alter the future for good or ill. These are “points of deflection” where the ethical choice leads to a positive life, while the self-serving choice leads to diminished esteem and perhaps even legal troubles.
The key is to recognize these moments when they come, and to have a firmly written ethical code that governs the choice to be made. Often, the ethical choice is costly in the short term — but worthwhile in the long term.
Book this workshop to fulfill Ethics continuing education in a way that is grounded in the practical world where advisers work every single day.