Far too many resources about business ethics contain sensationalistic stories about businesses “gone bad” or prolonged preaching to businesses to “do the right thing.”
These resources often explore simplistic ethical questions, such as, “Should Jane steal from the company?” The real world of leaders and managers is often much more complex than that.
The word “ethics” is derived from the Greek word ethos (character), and from the Latin word mores (customs). Together, they combine to define how individuals choose to interact with one another. In philosophy, ethics defines what is good for the individual and for society and establishes the nature of duties that people owe themselves and one another.
Ethics is available in the following delivery formats: Conference Breakout Session or Lunch & Learn Program, Half-Day Face-to-Face Training Workshop, Multi-Session Webinar
Ethical dilemmas are causing frustration and poor decisions
Not understanding what “do the right thing” actually means
Corporate standards for ethics are not clear or followed
Participants Will Learn to…
Recognize ethical dilemmas
Use a proven model that steps through decisions
Establish a corporate code of ethics
Establish organizational roles to manage ethics
Schedule ongoing assessment of ethics requirements
Establishes required operating values and behaviors
Align organizational behaviors with operating values
Develop awareness and sensitivity to ethical issues
Integrate ethical guidelines with decision making
Structure mechanisms to resolving ethical dilemmas
Facilitate ongoing evaluation and updates to the program
Help convince employees that attention to ethics is not just a knee jerk reaction done to get out of trouble or improve the public image
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Our course catalog offers you an easy way to link your organization's needs and goals to TrainSMART performance solutions workshops. All of our workshops are tailored, flexible, interactive and engaging.
We use the outlines in this catalog as a starting point to identify the topics and delivery methods that will create the most successful outcomes.