Length: 4 Hours
From the leaders of Enron to the mortgage lenders on Wall Street, ethics in business has been front-page news again and again over the past decade. But ethics is more than just headline material, it is a mission critical reality for every workplace. Nonetheless few organizations have standards and control mechanisms in place for the management of behavior.
This workshop will help managers understand how to be proactive rather than reactive in managing organizational and individual behavior. Managers will learn how to develop an ethics management program for their organization.
The seminar includes information concerning the definition of unethical behavior, the causes of unethical behavior, a method for evaluating the ethics of behavior and the responsibilities management has for guiding employee behavior.
At the conclusion of the seminar, the participants will be able to:
- Define ethical behavior and provide examples of unethical behavior
- Identify the varying foundations of ethical behavior
- Use a method for evaluating ethical and unethical behavior
- Identify management’s role in demonstrating and reinforcing ethical behavior
- Establish an ethics management program to assist employees in demonstrating ethical behavior
Who Should Attend:
- Managers and Supervisors who want to provide ethical leadership
- Staff members who want to learn how they can contribute to a positive ethical culture within their organization