Practicing Ethically

without fear

LEARNING TO THINK AND PRACTICE ETHICALLY
– WITHOUT FEAR IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT

 

Practicing ethically and thoughtfully is deeply important to all of us (well, it should be!). But sometimes, a fear of compliance concerns can leave us activated, and in such distress that our why for doing the work we love can get eclipsed, draining our joy and, paradoxically, getting in the way of us being at our best for both clients and ourselves.

It’s said that 80% of board complaints relate to boundaries and dual relationships. This area, in which we’re trained to be so expert, can be feel so tricky. Then, add in constantly changing technology and regulatory perspectives, big asks from clients with understandable need, and the vast considerations that go into our work. Of course it feels heavy, and the right consultation can help calm nerves and orient you to decision-making that’s ethically aligned and comfortable in the most embodied sense.

Ethics worries don’t exist in a bubble, though. You deserve to not just assuage that fear cloud, but to be able to experience this intense and important work as richly rewarding and deeply aligned, throughout your day and week.

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