Studies show that people primed to think about business profits will make different choices than people facing the same decision who have been primed to think about acting ethically. Can you explain how that might affect you in your work life?
Can you think of a situation where you made a decision that you regret and probably would have chosen differently had you looked at the choice in a different way?
How do politicians and advertisers use framing to channel people’s decision?
How might framing adversely affect your ethical decision making in your projected workplace?
How can you work to ensure that ethical considerations stay in your frame of reference when you make decisions in your career and your life?