Ethical Decision-Making in Insurance and Finance: Why Good People and Organizations Do Bad Things
Speaker, David Schultz, Professor at Hamline University is regularly interviewed in the local, national, and international media about politics and ethics and his comments have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal, and also on NPR, MSNBC, and CNN.
Description: Why do good people and organizations act unethically? Why do people who apparently know right from wrong nonetheless act unethically? The session will begin with a discussion of the classic Stanley Milgram punishment experiments, seeking to understand how they help explain unethical behavior. The class then uses examples to provide a foundation for an analysis regarding the relationship between legal ethics and personal ethics, while seeking to understand whether you could be the next person to act unethically.
Once approved, this course will satisfy your 3 hours of Ethics CE credits for your MN Insurance and/or legal license.
Schedule of events:
11:15 AM Sign-in/Networking
11:45 AM Plated Lunch Served
12:00 PM Welcome/Announcements
12:30 PM - 3:45 PM Presentation
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