Saturday, 7 April 2018

Double Pros and Cons


In my course while discussing ethics the tutor brought up and got us to do an activity called Double Pros and Cons which can be applied not only to just work situations but also life as a whole too. First you list the situation, all the people involved, BOTH/ALL sides of the situation not just one 😉 for example going back to study and not going back to study, then for both/all sides do a pro and cons list for EACH, think about your own personal values and any other regulations that you need to take into account, establish potential outcomes and potential ramifications then pick which direction is the best for you and state why. While I'm sure most of us have heard of a basic pros and cons list, I have never quite seen it done in this way before which I think is a gem to be shared!💎

With hope and love
Rainbow 🌈🌠💖
Reference: An adaption of Bond's (2005) Process Model for Ethical Decision Making Bond, T. (2005). Standards and ethics for counselling in action (2nd ed.). London: Sage. 

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