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Business Ethics - UWF

Business Ethics: Is there such a thing

Presenter: Aubrey Daniels, Ph.D., Aubrey Daniels International (with opening remarks by Rob Holdsambeck, Ed. D., LCP, BCBA-D)

CEU: 1.5 units Type II

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Course Description: Psychologists and other professionals are often asked to work with businesses to help them become more productive. Many of these professionals are not prepared to deal with the contingencies that operate in this unique environment. A lot has been written about businesses lately and most of itis bad. Business has been described as greedy, money-grubbing, results at all costs. Do businesses make ethical decisions and engage in unethical behavior? No they don't! This session will explain why.

Course Format: 75-minute video presentation video presentation recorded at the 2013 CCBS Ethics Conference

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