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Our choices today determine who we will be tomorrow. Life doesn't come with a pause button and ethical dilemmas demand instant clarity.
The Moment of Truth training package addresses this problem head-on by giving employees a practical guide for making better decisions. By focusing on six different ethical dilemmas, the program demonstrates that no matter where the pressure is coming from -- a superior, a coworker, a friend, or even a family member -- anyone can make good decisions by using these four questions to find clarity during their moment of truth:
If you’re looking for a way to motivate your team to make better choices and to give them a way to combat the pressure of the moment, this package is for you. It’s a sure-fire way to help viewers think through their actions when they’re caught in the midst of an ethical dilemma -- in a moment of truth.
Voices of Truth Meeting Opener - 4:00 minutes
This beautiful meeting opener features engaging quotes from philosophers, historians, and world-famous leaders accompanied by an original score. It’s a perfect way to set the mood for your meeting on ethics.
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Ethics 4 Everyone
Good People, Bad Choices
Ethics Rules of the Road
Languages Available (sold separately): English, Spanish (dubbed), Arabic (subtitled), Chinese Simplified (subtitled), Chinese Traditional (subtitled), French (subtitled), French Canadian (subtitled), Malaysian (subtitled), Swedish (subtitled)
A great porgram with beliveable roleplays and acting. Some examles are simple - the kind we face everyday, and some a bit more complicated involving the safety and welfare of others. That's life, ever complicated. Without pushing morality, this video presents simple tools to help the viewer ponder the situation and potential consequences, then make the right choice. Well done.