Ethics: Am I really ethical in my personal capacity?
Author: Caryn Maitland CA(SA)
Study time: 1 hours
There is no global or generally accepted ‘code of personal conduct’ that people all over the world ascribe to.
People stem from many different backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, and upbringings. Many different factors play a role in shaping who we become in our personal capacity.
Personal ethics describe those ethical principles that we embrace when making decisions that could impact both our personal and professional lives.
How do I make decisions?
Which principles do I base my ethical behaviour on?
Could some of my principles not be ethical, or be perceived by others as not ethical?
Join us for this CPD event where we unpack the concept of “personal ethics” with Caryn Maitland CA(SA).
1 Certificate of participation / completion
5 assessment questions (for purposes of verifiable CPD)
Professional values and attitudes