The country’s preeminent ethics experts have joined Professional Planner’s new Ethics & Professionalism podcast series – now we are asking for readers to get involved, too.
We are asking readers to submit scenarios they may have been encountered during their everyday working lives, either client facing scenarios, or situational scenarios involving their employers, licensees, business partners and service providers.
Those who submit scenarios will remain anonymous and their contributions will form the basis of a new podcast series which will be rolled out in early 2020. Each episode will feature an ethics expert as well as a front-line adviser.
This new podcast series is a continuation of the ethics workshop led by globally-renowned ethicist Peter Singer at this year’s Best Practice Forum in July/August. Leading up to the Best Practice Forum we asked attendees to submit their ethical scenarios; from this call out we received dozens of scenarios to populate the first series, and now we need more.
We’re asking for a few lines describing a situation you have encountered and how this situation presented an ethical dilemma.
Princeton University’s Peter Singer, The Ethics Centre’s Dr Simon Longstaff, Deloitte’s Deen Sanders, Griffith University’s Katherine Hunt and University of Queensland’s Michael Collins are all involved in Professional Planners’ Ethics and Professionalism first podcast series.