Are you interested in learning more about ethics? Check out Ethics Unwrapped, a free collection of 4 online video series produced by the Center for Leadership and Ethics at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. You can view videos on topics such as Sustainability, Conformity Bias, Corporate Social Responsibility, Groupthink, and more. Visit their website for videos, case studies, and teaching materials.
Ethics Defined is a library of 51 ethics terms and concepts animated in short, shareable video clips. The videos are only 1-2 minutes long each and they are a great study resource – attention-grabbing, easy to digest, backed by research and studies. The new library promotes ethical culture, too – enriching ethics & compliance training, bridging generational gaps, and building ethical awareness. Please use and share Ethics Defined with your fellow classmatess, colleagues, and co-workers. To catch What’s Up With That?, their scandalous new mini-series, you can follow Ethics Defined on Facebook.
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