Chapter 13 Trust, ethics, and moral agency
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In Chapter Thirteen the authors delve into the important concepts of ethics and decision making with ongoing connections to the relationships between discernment, integrity and trustworthiness. The artistry and negotiation of leaders’ efforts to provide the ethics of justice, care, critique, community and profession are emphasized together with decision making and deliberation approaches in this chapter. Practitioners offer their views on the kind of ethical challenges that can disrupt trust and how they have worked these through in their own practices.

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