Ethics - AFPNS Webinar
Free for AFP Nova Scotia Members!
$25 for non-members.
*This On-Demand webinar is available from the convenience of your home or office.
About The Session
Everyone who belongs to AFP must sign and abide by the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards. Does that mean every member's ethical performance is identical? We need to continue to have the conversation so we all make better decisions when challenging questions are posed. Assessment is a great tool to help us continue on our journey to be the most ethical practitioners we can be and to help us keep asking those questions. Built on information and insights provided by AFP members: AFP Ethics Committee guided development; Almost 2,000 AFP members participated in design and testing and Linked directly to AFP's mission: AFP ... advances philanthropy by enabling people and organizations to practice ethical and effective fundraising
In This Session:
- New opportunities for chapter programming
- Ability to capture raw data
- Identify gaps in learning
- Provide members with an online assessment product
- Opportunity to engage in ethical discussions with peers
All those in the fundraising environment is the target audience.
About The Presenter
Paul Pribbenow, 10th president of Augsburg College, a private liberal arts college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America located in Minneapolis, is recognized as one of the country's most engaging commentators and teachers on ethics, philanthropy and American public life. Pribbenow holds a BA from Luther College and an MA and PhD in social ethics from the University of Chicago. He was named a McCormick Presidential Civic Leader Fellow for 2003-04 and for 2005-06. Pribbenow is the author of numerous articles on the professions, ethics, and not-for-profit management. He publishes a bi-monthly e-newsletter, Notes for the Reflective Practitioner, and has edited two collections of essays titled Serving the Public Trust: Insights for Fund Raising Research and Practice, Volumes 1 and 2 (Jossey-Bass, 2000 and 2001).