In the final session, participants will use their Code of Ethics and the moral decision-making model previously learned to analyze and solve together fictional but realistic moral dilemmas (note: we will need information from the organization on the types of moral dilemmas they would like participants to explore; otherwise, we can ask participants to come up with their own examples of moral dilemmas to discuss during the session). Finally, we will discuss Dr. James Rest’s components of moral behavior (sensitivity, reasoning, values, and courage) and use it to create a Final Action Plan.
- Discuss James Rest's four-phase moral behavior model.
- Discuss a moral decision-making model involving multiple lenses (moral agility) and one's personal Code of Ethics.
- Apply the moral decision-making model to solve multiple mini-moral dilemmas.
- Discuss a Final Action Plan (includes a discussion for further learning).