It is a well-known fact that unethical behavior by managers or employees can severely damage or even destroy an organization. Ethical behavior must start at the top in any organization and flow downward throughout the entire organization. This workshop is structured to help your organization deal with ethical principles and accepted standards of behavior for your managers and employees through our highly interactive and intensive, 2-Day workshop on Business Ethics.
This dynamic workshop on Business Ethics is designed to enhance the overall performance of your organization's managers and employees on all levels, and the seminar include several "interactive" exercises to reinforce the various Business Ethics concepts covered in the workshop.
Who should attend
To gain an understanding of Business Ethics and the meaning of ethical behavior in the workplace.
To explore various types of unethical behavior in organizations and the negative effects of this behavior on employees and the organization.
To acquire an understanding of the causes for and the consequences resulting from unethical decisions in the workplace.
To discover how and why you respond to unethical behavior, and how you can deal with it.
To learn about ethical intensity, social consensus, and political and legal fall out resulting from unethical behavior.
To explore positive strategies for helping people affected by unethical decisions.
To acquire an understanding of the potential personal and organizational costs associated with unethical behavior, and the consequences associated with lying, distortion, immoral, or amoral business practices.
To acquire strategies to enhance honest, fair, legal and ethical behaviors within your organization.
To review and discuss a Code of Ethics that provides guidelines on sound Business Ethics.
To learn tips and strategies for influencing, promoting, and modeling ethical behavior within your organization through several interactive, in-class application exercises. The Business Ethics workshop includes closing comments by the instructor and a debriefing of workshop topics and exercises.
Workshop evaluation forms will be administered to the participants at the completion of the workshop, and copies of their completed evaluations will be made available to the appropriate organizational representative.