Ancient Chinese philosophy holds great treasure. In this seminar we explore professional ethics from the perspectives of Taoism and Zen.
We will discuss issues around Spontaneity and the notion of doing only what is crucial, while avoiding what is unnecessary.
Personal and professional ethics – Understanding the impact on both ourselves and the world around.
About the workshop series
Find inspiration in these seminars on Professional issues where we bring ethics into action. Theoretical and practical matters will be addressed drawing from the wisdom of Chinese philosophy. Of all the ways you might act, which is the most important? Of all possibilities, which one should you bring into reality? We address such theories which provide you with the skills to …
- Meet the changing conditions and environments within the health profession.
- Distinguish professional codes of ethics, policy and governmental authority from the ethics which are broadly concerned with human well being and the maintenance of a peaceful society, so that all in it may benefit and flourish.
These workshops are designed to be taken as stand-alone sessions or as a series for those wishing to dive deeper.
At the completion of one or all of these seminars you will have a guide to the moral issues and ethical dilemmas found in professional life and how to manage conflicting interests and issues which complicate professional practice and decision making.