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Ethics Awareness Inventory (EAI) © - Online

Ethics Awareness Inventory (EAI) © - Online

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The EAI presents individuals with a series of questions in a self-scoring inventory to assist them in developing a deeper understanding of their own ethical style, the ethical beliefs of others and some of the challenges they may experience when working with others of a different ethical perspective. This foundational book in the TWI Awareness Series, first published in 1995, helps individuals and organizations become more aware of how different people can approach the same situation in different ways. Awareness of the core beliefs underlying ethical decisions is critical to our ability to Articulate our position (to communicate meaningful input effectively) and to achieve the desired result in ethical decision making—the Application of ethical principles through making good choices.

Awareness—Articulation—Application = A3

Available in two versions (Management and Staff), the EAI provides a framework for individuals, teams, departments and organizations to identify and improve the ethical aspects of decision making.

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For information about quantity discounts for your school or organization email us or call us at 480-517-1891.

Capella students, please refer to the "Capella Students" link from the Products drop-down menu.

The EAI presents individuals with a series of questions in a self-scoring inventory to assist them in developing a deeper understanding of their own ethical style, the ethical beliefs of others and some of the challenges they may experience when working with others of a different ethical perspective. This foundational book in the TWI Awareness Series, first published in 1995, helps individuals and organizations become more aware of how different people can approach the same situation in different ways. Awareness of the core beliefs underlying ethical decisions is critical to our ability to Articulate our position (to communicate meaningful input effectively) and to achieve the desired result in ethical decision making—the Application of ethical principles through making good choices.

Awareness—Articulation—Application = A3

Available in two versions (Management and Staff), the EAI provides a framework for individuals, teams, departments and organizations to identify and improve the ethical aspects of decision making.

You need Adobe Flash to view this assessment. If you do not have it, download it from here.

 

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