33 short illustrated videos explain and explore behavioral ethics concepts and basic ethics principles.
51 animated videos - 1 to 2 minutes each - define key ethics terms and concepts.
8 short videos present the seven principles of values-driven leadership from Giving Voice to Values by Mary Gentile.
A documentary and six short videos reveal the behavioral ethics biases in super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff's story.
Conflict of Interest
Corporate Social Responsibility
Diffusion of Responsibility
Fundamental Attribution Error
Obedience to Authority
Social Contract Theory
Subject of Moral Worth
Tangible & Abstract
Veil of Ignorance
Intro to Behavioral Ethics
All is Not Relative
Appropriation & Attribution
Being Your Best Self, Part 1: Moral Awareness
Being Your Best Self, Part 2: Moral Decision Making
Being Your Best Self, Part 3: Moral Intent
Being Your Best Self, Part 4: Moral Action
Ethical Leadership, Part 1: Perilous at the Top
Ethical Leadership, Part 2: Best Practices
Fundamental Moral Unit
Legal Rights & Ethical Responsibilities
Moral Agent & Subject of Moral Worth
Systematic Moral Analysis
Intro to GVV
GVV Pillar 1: Values
GVV Pillar 2: Choice
GVV Pillar 3: Normalization
GVV Pillar 4: Purpose
GVV Pillar 5: Self-Knowledge & Alignment
GVV Pillar 6: Voice
GVV Pillar 7: Reasons & Rationalizations
In It To Win: The Jack Abramoff Story
In It To Win: Jack & Framing
In It To Win: Jack & Moral Equilibrium
In It To Win: Jack & Overconfidence Bias
In It To Win: Jack & Rationalizations
In It To Win: Jack & Role Morality
In It To Win: Jack & Self-Serving Bias
Behavioral ethics concepts and basic ethics principles are illustrated in 30+ short videos. Professors explain concepts, while students share some of life’s examples.
A series of short videos explore values-driven leadership, and present the seven principles that support it in life and work. Based on Giving Voice to Values by Mary C. Gentile, PhD.
The story of former super-lobbyist and convicted felon Jack Abramoff reveals behavioral ethics biases in a documentary and six short videos. Filmed on the UT Austin campus.
A library of ethics terms defined in 50+ video clips. Research studies add depth to the definitions. Vivid animations make the terms easy to understand and remember.
We were profoundly affected by State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda, an exhibit at the Bullock Texas State History Museum across the street from our campus. We made this short video in response.
Please join our educational campaign to elevate the level of thoughtful and productive discourse in our country, and to spread ethical awareness around the world.
Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D.
Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership
Stern School of Business
New York University
Professor of Business Law & Ethics
Kelley School of Business
The University of Texas at Austin