Managing Online Ethics
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The emergence of online networking through sites such as Twitter® and Facebook® creates unique challenges in the application of familiar ethical and managerial concepts. Client privacy, public relations and marketing, worker self-disclosure, conflicts of interest and informed consent all take on new form and complexity in light of technological advances. This on-demand webinar introduces the features of social networking and explores the risks and rewards of conscious use of networking sites by professionals.
- You will be able to identify the main features of online networking.
- You will be able to discuss areas of ethical risk.
- You will be able to explain strategies for mitigating risk.
AuthorsKim Strom-Gottfried, Ph.D., LISW, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work
Understanding the Main Features of Online Networking
• Similarities and Differences in Contrast to Traditional Networking
• Common Sites: Facebook®, Twitter®, Blogs, CaringBridge®, Rate My…
• Threads, Posts, Latent Networks, Profiles
Online Networking: Hazards and Advantages
• Unintended Audiences of Appropriate Posts
• Unprofessional Posts
• Blurred Boundaries
• Advocacy, PR and Fundraising
Areas of Ethical Risk
• Conflicts of Interest
Strategies for Mitigating Risk
• Education and Staff Discussions
• Self-Awareness and Self-Management