Walking the Boundaries

Exploring everyday ethics in human services

$89.95 inc. GST

Product Code: 4805

Building ethical decision making in human services

Human service workers have to make ethical decisions every day. While many practitioners make decisions that fall within the boundaries of their organisation’s codes of conduct, some will be less clear cut.

Walking the Boundaries is a resource specifically designed for Human Service practitioners to ponder common dilemmas that rarely have a black and white answer.

Walking the Boundaries is a unique conversation-building card set containing 80 intriguing, challenging and surprising questions about everyday ethical decisions.

Along with the cards, this tool comes with a comprehensive 44 page booklet with activity and usage suggestions. These cards are suitable for teams, workshops, planning days, supervision sessions, and job interviews.

Walking the Boundaries is perfect for reflective learning, building cohesive teams, improving workplace cultures and professional development.

This set is a vital addition to any Human Service organisation toolkit. It fosters the identification of values and blind spots in practitioners and brings about better outcomes for clients.

new! with every card set purchased, you now get exclusive access to an online toolbox of extras.

The Toolbox includes:

  • a digital version of the booklet.
  • access to a digital set of the cards that you can download and use anywhere, anytime.
  • ideas banks, blogs, card hack videos, interviews and other support material.

We are adding and updating the Toolbox content regularly so check in to see what’s new.

**Look for the download link for the QR code in your order confirmation email.


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Published by Innovative Resources
80 full-colour, laminated cards and booklet 105mm x 120mm
Presented in a polypropylene box

ISBN: 978 1 925657 18 0
Author: Russell Deal with Andrew Shirres and Karen Bedford
Designer: Mat Jones