During any type of ethics training, it is quite normal to react with shock and embarrassment when one realizes that he or she may have come dangerously close to committing an ethical faux pas in the past. That is why courses such as this are so important to help students explore strategies to resolving ethical issues in a systematic, supported manner so they may anticipate ethical dilemmas as professionals and be prepared to prevent or resolve them.
Discuss what strategies or insights you could apply to an ethical dilemma.
Write a one page description of one ethical dilemma that you have encountered in the past. Explain the strategy you applied or why you did not apply a strategy. Then describe an alternate ethical strategy presented in this course that might address the dilemma that you might not have considered prior to this course. Finally, explain why this new strategy might be more effective in solving the dilemma.