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Creating a Culture of Moral Resilience and Ethical Practice 

Creating a Culture of Moral Resilience and Ethical Practice
Creating a Culture of Moral Resilience and Ethical Practice

Cynda Hylton Rushton

and Monica Sharma

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date: 26 February 2021

Large-scale change is not possible without aligning individual and collective values, wisdom, and commitment to the architecture needed to support ethical practice. The process required for designing a system that supports ethical practice on a moment-to-moment basis involves synergistic operational strategies. These include personal transformational learning, information for decision-making, supporting principled change-makers and risk-takers, and creating an enabling work environment. Transformational design and action involve using practices, techniques, and methods that source inner capacity at every step of planning and implementation and embodying foundational values. Transformational design leverages key elements of co-creating new patterns, developing new norms and systems for sustainable change, transcending disempowering patterns, and creating a new narrative.

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