New workshop: Practical Ethics for Tech Teams
I talk about ethics with lots of designers, PMs, and tech leaders; they usually say the topic feels important but shapeless. They need practical tips on anticipating harms and unintended consequences, on getting past gut feel to make a compelling case for doing the right thing.
Of course, I think I can help. So I’ve created a new workshop, Practical Ethics for Tech Teams. I ran it for the first time last week with a private client. Here’s what they said:
‘Brilliant. Just so relevant and thought provoking and practical and a masterclass in facilitation. Left feeling very grateful for the work you’ve done, and for making it so accessible to us.’
‘It was BLOODY brilliant! Thank you. Very interesting and engaging.’
‘The exercises, they were all fantastic. Especially the proxemic & mutually destructive [metrics]: so much from them that I can actually apply. Thank you!’
Looks like there’s something valuable here, and I’ve already had lots interest in running the workshop elsewhere. So, if you want to take ethics seriously, my new workshop might be perfect for you. Now booking for in-house clients and as a pre-conference workshop. Includes a copy of Future Ethics for each attendee. Details, photos, etc: https://www.cennydd.com/practical-ethics-workshop
Please share with your networks, and drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!