Ethical Business Practices

Do the right thing because it is the right thing to do!

Managers today are going to be measured by different standards.  It’s not just how productive or profitable a company is.  It’s not just about the bottom line and the price of your stock.  Customers, employees and the public expect public and private sector managers to think not only about what they do to achieve success, but how they go about doing it.

Objectives:

To avoid unethical behavior among employees that may lead to adverse publicity and potential lawsuits.

To develop employee awareness of the role of ethics in business

To train employees to understand the ethical component of a business decision

To legitimize the consideration of ethics as part of daily decision-making

To avoid ambivalence or variability in decision making caused by lack of standards or conflicting organizational messages.

To provide step-by-step guidelines for analyzing ethical choices and doing the right thing:

  • How ethical is your profession? - The public’s perception
  • Step 1 - What are the qualities expected of us? - Great expectations
  • Step 2 - What kinds of situations involve ethical decisions?
  • Step 3 – Three step method for establishing guidelines & rules
  • Step 4 - How to collectively follow guidelines – Practice what you preach
  • Step 5 - How does the organization support you?
  • Situations on the job that pose ethical dilemmas.


Who Should Attend:  Managers, supervisors, and employees
    
Methodology:  This program utilizes video, group discussion, structured exercises, practice exercises, assessment tools and a question and answer segment.

Program Length:  One 8-hour session



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