October Lunch & Learn - The Psychology Behind Unethical Behavior

When:  Oct 21, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (AKT)
Associated with  AFP, Alaska Chapter

The Psychology Behind unEthical Behavior*

Is it possible anyone can, in the right (or wrong) circumstances, slowly lose track of their moral compass and make unethical decisions? Maybe even decisions that feel justified? Let’s have a conversation about how we keep our moral compass front and center during tough decisions and when it matters most. We’ll put the concept to work and in breakout rooms have discussions about gift acceptance. Are there gifts your nonprofit won’t accept? Why? How do you make those decisions when there really isn’t a “right or wrong” answer. A lot to cover in 45 minutes, but we’ll have a thought provoking and lively conversation.



Presenter: Suzanne Carté-Cocroft, CFRE President, Providence Alaska Foundation

A lifelong Alaskan, Suzanne was born and raised in Palmer. She joined Providence in 2001. As president of Providence Alaska Foundation, Suzanne is responsible for philanthropic and grants development for Providence in Alaska. Prior to joining Providence, Suzanne worked in the telecommunication’s industry in various operations and marketing leadership roles. She earned her Bachelors of Business Administration and Management with nonprofit emphasis from Alaska Pacific University and has maintained her CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) accreditation since 2007.

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