Fri, Oct 30, 2020 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
We have witnessed a considerable number of poor ethical decision-making examples in organizations in recent years. Ethics training is common, but it seems to be failing on a regular basis because it does not focus on ethical decision-making skills. This session focuses on why corporate ethics training must go beyond informing employees of laws and policies that the organization expects them to comply with and instead equip and encourage employees to make sound ethical decisions.
- The role that personal values play in driving individual employee choices and decisions.
- What ethical blindness is, what causes it and how to prevent it.
- When a decision has an ethical dimension.
- Why context plays such an important role.
CPE: 2.0 | Field: Behavioral Ethics | Delivery: Group Internet Based Level: Beginner | Prerequisites: None | Who Should Attend: Audit Staff and Managers