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Ethics in Action Webinar

Adam Waytz is a psychologist at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management who studies how people think about minds.

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When is Whistleblowing Acceptable?

Whistleblowing, reporting another person's unethical behavior to a third party, often constitutes a conflict between competing moral concerns. Whistleblowing promotes justice and fairness but can also appear disloyal.

In this 30-minute webinar with Adam Waytz, he explores the psychological determinants of whistleblowing and sheds light on factors that encourage or discourage this practice.

This webinar already occurred on November 7th, 2016 @ 2-2:30pm EST. You can download a free copy of the recording by completing the form below.

Ethics in Action was developed by Big Think Edge in partnership with Kellogg School of Management. The full course is comprised of 7 case-based topic modules.


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