WEB120920 - Ethics and Ethical Behavior *REPLAY*
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This webinar will cover the definition and origin of ethics, the difference between ethics and morals and how we personally derive both, the intersections of ethics and leadership, and the application of ethics within leadership. **FREE TO PSC Designation Holders. Contact Therese Foust to register ONLY if you have your PSC designation. If you do not hold a PSC, please register through the AASC website.** This webinar is 2 - 3:30 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time).

 Export to Your Calendar 12/9/2020
When: Wednesday, December 9, 2020
2:00 - 3:30 PM (ET)
Where: Online
United States
Contact: (614) 848-5958


Online registration is available until: 12/8/2020
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Webinar Registration by December 8, 2020: Members $55; Non-members $85 - 1.5 training contact hours

*FREE TO PSC Designation Holders. Contact Therese Foust to register ONLY if you have your PSC designation. If you do not hold a PSC, please register through the AASC website.*

This webinar is 2 - 3:30 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). *RECORDED REPLAY*

Ethical issues are often complicated and unclear. There are many shades of gray when it comes to ethical dilemmas. Minimizing the gray reduces stress and potential burnout. This webinar will cover the definition and origin of ethics, the difference between ethics and morals and how we personally derive both, the intersections of ethics and leadership, and the application of ethics within leadership. The webinar will also explore how we apply ethics in our personal lives and our jobs as service coordinators and when real-life situations create a conflict between ethical and moral decisions.

Who Should Attend: All 

Learning Objectives

1. Learn the origin and definition of ethics

2. Understand how and when ethics and leadership intersect

3. Learn ethical best practices and real-life applications

 
About the Presenter

Ron Budynas is the vice president/chief operating officer for Wesley Housing Corporation. Wesley has 32 elderly housing facilities housing more than 2,200 elderly families in conventional, HUD and housing authority units in Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas. Thirty of these facilities have service coordinators, including the HUD, conventional and assisted living housing authority facilities. In addition to oversight, marketing and compliance responsibilities for these facilities, he develops and administers grants from various federal and local organizations. He graduated from the University of Memphis with a BS in education, and after building airports for 20 years in the United States Marine Corps, he has generated more than 20 years of real estate management experience.

This webinar meets the following HUD Service Coordinator Training Requirements Area(s):

Required Ongoing: Ethics in Service Coordination