The moral responsability of decision-makers
Available in French or English, this course is designed to help you understand the moral responsibility of decision-making.
It enables decision-makers to optimize their decision-making by integrating the moral dimension into the process.
This course is for those wishing to:
- Become familiar with the concept of morality.
- Acquire knowledge about the concept of responsibility.
- Learn about the different types of decision-making responsibilities.
- Identify issues related to the responsibility of decision-makers.
- Put the knowledge acquired into practice in a specific environment.
The training takes place over 2 days (12 hours).
It is one third lectures, one third practical application in the form of discussions and one third tutorials and/or practical work
This course is an introduction to the notion of moral responsibility in the decision-making process. It aims to help the decision-maker to make informed choices based on values and to optimize them in terms of the objectives to be achieved. It draws on theoretical knowledge and practical experiences, enriched by open debates.
Course level : Basic and/or Advanced
Suitable for anyone and no prerequisites. The experience of each person serves as a basis of knowledge to develop the concepts related to the subject.
Completion of course MPC-051 Liability of Public Decision-Makers or experience in a decision-making role would be beneficial.
Emmanuel R. GOFFI
PhD in Political Science.
Lecturer-Researcher and Expert in Ethics.
Consultant in Ethics and Leadership.
Former Officer of the French Air Force.
Morality: why is it important to decision-makers?
- On morality in general
* What is morality?
Overview of the definitions and theories of morality.
* Moral responsibility and legal responsibility: how are they different ?
Review of the different concepts, their definitions and their respective applications.
* How does morality help decision-making?
- On morality in context
* From morality to ethics
Difference between morals and ethics, applied.
* The importance of morality in an interconnected world
Reflection and discussions on the importance of the notion of morality in the media and on social networks. Case studies
* Corporate social responsibility
The moral dimension of CSR Is it important? Why?
- Impact of morality on decision-making
* Morals and interpersonal relationships
What is a 'moral' leader or decision-maker? How can we behave morally towards our employees? What is the weight of cultural differences in a moral decision? Case studies
* Morality and communication
Reflection and discussions on the use of the moral argument for communicative purposes. Benefits, challenges and risks. Case studies
* Morality to fill legal loopholes
How and why is morality used to overcome legal loopholes? Reflection and discussions on the difference between law and morality.
Scheduled in French:
TOULOUSE : 4 and 5 February 2021
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€850 excluding tax (20% VAT)