Ethics. It’s a big word. It can be a loaded word in some ways.
Ethics is typically defined as the fundamental principles of decent human conduct. Merriam-Webster defines it as the discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation. In business, it can be taken to encompass the study of universal values such as respect and equality for men and women, fairness in dealings with others and concern for health, safety and the environment.
Does this sound familiar in a Scouting context? It certainly should.
Ethics is at the heart of the values we instill in our young people. Continue reading “Ethics”