True integration will be achieved by true neighbors who are willingly obedient to unenforceable obligations.” Martin Luther King
Website Ethic and Values
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The Good Decision (TGD) Workshop
TGD began as a workshop for private non-profits, business and public service agencies. I am now offering this website as a free public service. The Good Decision workshop is an excellent organizational retreat format particularly for service organizations and public agencies. For financially hard pressed service agencies I may be able to offer this workshop for expenses only. For more information on the workshop contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am based out of the Denver Colorado area.
The Good Decision Project Values
1. Service: Genuine service is hard work, but unmistakable in its expression. The group, congregation, business or organization that provides genuine service thrives inspired by people’s instinctive recognition of the real thing.
2. Sense of Good: Goodness is a complex individual human attribute that in the collective can heal this planet. Goodness is an internal cultivation that grows in constant change with the individual, community and public realm. Good’s internal process needs words and language to breath and spread beyond the individual experience.
3. Pluralistic democracy: The American experience at the center of it’s aspirational goodness is founded on tolerance of what you don’t understand, and a commitment to understanding beyond your individual experience. We as public people must learn to live with internal integrity in governance and the composition of legitimate rule of law. Finally, we need the humility to understand all virtue is in part aspirational in the democratic process
The Good Decision Ethic
The contemplation of an action or option that would harm another person or that person’s options based solely on considerations of race, color, ethnicity, religion, or gender falls outside of the realm of the Sense of Good in the context of The Good Decision (TGD). Life is full of ambiguous decisions for first responders, medical practitioners, armed service personnel, and service providers in general. There is however a difference between complex, difficult decisions and the conscious contemplation of harm. TGD is designed specifically to assist in those complex, difficult and ambiguous service decisions.
The Good Decision Tutorial can start here
To get started with ‘The Good Decision Process’ click on the link below