Posted by Adam Tlusty on Oct 23, 2021
Prior Lake Rotary recently partnered with University of St. Thomas Professor, Dr. Jason Skirry, to bring Prior Lake Schools MNCAPS students a tailored Business Ethics Workshop.  Approximately 80 students were in attendance to learn why good people do bad things.  In its 3rd year, the half day workshop raises awareness to our natural biases when making decisions rooted in human psychology, reviewed multiple case studies of seemingly well-intentioned people making poor decisions, and provided the students with a framework to help think through ethical dilemmas that they will undoubtedly face at some point in their future careers.
Ethics has long been a pillar for Rotary globally.  A common standard of doing good, clearly embraced by Rotary's 4-Way Test...  Is it the truth, is it fair to all concerned, will it build good will and better friendships, will it be beneficial to all concerned.