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Wednesday, May 17th - AFP of NWA Monthly Luncheon Meeting 

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The Psychology Involved in Ethical Decisions
presented by Blake Binns,  Facilitator and Program Manager,  Soderquist Leadership

What is simply the right thing to do? How do you know? In this presentation, we will examine the foundation of ethical behavior, how our moral framework guides our decision making, and how to make the right decisions in spite of complex circumstances. 

Registration opens at 11:30 - Luncheon 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Meeting location: John Brown University Rogers Center
2807 Ajax Avenue, Suite 200

Members: $15/$25 at the door
Non-Members: $25

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