Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Friday, March 11, 2016
|Dr. Terry Newell (l) and PEC chair Rob Dry at special presen-|
tation for AFSA and PEC staff.
Hosted by AFSA's Committee on the Foreign Service Profession and Ethics (PEC), the purpose of the class was to improve attendees' ability to identify ethical issues in the work place and find ways to effectively deal with them. Newell, who has conducted presentations on ethics for AFSA in the past, began by stressing that some of the most prevalent ethics issues faced in the work place have nothing to do with violations of law or regulation, but are the ethical components of technical and management issues, which often are cases of right vs. right, rather than right vs. wrong.
|AFSA/PEC staff in meeting with Dr. Terry Newell|
Newell used examples from other government agencies, such as the VA and NASA to illustrate the process of identifying and dealing with ethical issues, as well as the difficulty of getting it 'right.'
|Dr. Terry Newell at afternoon presentation for members of|
the foreign affairs community.