Business and professional leaders sometimes make bad ethical decisions because personal and psychological factors influence how they perceive and address situations. This course is designed to help you recognize such personal factors and take steps to avoid the dangers associated with them. You will begin by considering implicit bias and other limitations that potentially affect all of us. By examining the hallmarks of ethical decision making, you will craft ways to avoid the psychological tendency to begin condoning a lowering of ethical standards. Finally, you will examine several case studies and draw insights from them that may help avoid ethical mistakes in your own decision making.