The Importance of Reducing Moral Hazards with Students
In the United States today, we see more and more of these moral hazards happening before our very eyes. Too many students who’ve been hovered over by parents, teachers, coaches and adult guardians are prevented from taking normal risks in adolescence. Eventually, those young adults don’t even know how to mitigate risk when it’s time to do so. In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak define what a moral hazard is, provide examples, and share practical ways you can reduce them with the students you lead.