Biblical Ethics and Wisdom for Business

Course number: PS3403     Credit hours: 3 hrs

This course will enable participants to glean wisdom from leaders who have spent decades learning how to live and lead ethically in the marketplace. Discussions will go beyond codes of conduct and decision-making frameworks to inspire participants in applying scripture to the moral dilemmas they face on a daily basis. In addition to utilizing the biblical book of Proverbs as a daily devotional tool for leading with wisdom, participants will engage topics like gender roles in business, the prevalence of bribery, rules versus relationships, being less lonely at the top, the challenge of truly being ‘green’ (environmental stewardship), advertising and selling with integrity, ethical record-keeping, and going beyond “corporate social responsibility” to bring positive transformation to lives and communities. Throughout the course, participants will hear real-life stories from a variety of experienced practitioners and engage in case studies by simulating challenging leadership scenarios. By the time the course is completed each participant will have developed personal disciplines that enable even the busiest person to become less reactive, more responsive, and lead with wisdom in their leadership context.

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