Business Ethics
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COURSE LENGTH: 1/2 day

COURSE COST: $145.00

COURSE TIMES: 9:00am-12:00pm

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Good and bad. Right and wrong. They’re not always easy to discern. And it is a manager’s job to support both the wellbeing of the employees and the company. This is essential to maintaining a successful and productive work environment. Whether you are facing issues about relationships, discipline, safety or performance, learn how to identify and assess ethical dilemmas and formulate the best strategies for addressing them.

AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES

The course is designed for individuals looking to develop their leadership and supervision skills. It is appropriate for all levels of experience.
There are no prerequisites for this course.

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COURSE TOPICS:


Part 1: Understanding the Problem and the Need
Definitions of Ethics
Identifying Your Ethical Concerns

Part 2: Forces That Shape Ethical Behavior
When and Where Do We Develop Ethical Values?
Ethics and Your Job
Factors That Modify Ethical Values

Part 3: Ethical Considerations in Transactions with Employees
Identifying Ethical Concerns in Employee Transactions
Ethical Implications in Choosing Between People
Ethics and Performance Appraisal
Ethics and Communication with Employees
Ethical Approaches to Maintaining Discipline
Administering Reward Systems

Part 4: Ethical Considerations in Transactions with Your Boss
Following Orders and Directives from Above
Supporting and Communicating

Part 5: Ethical Considerations in Transactions with Your Peers
Supporting and Communicating with Peers
Collaboration-A Beneficial and Ethical Tool
Constructive Problem Solving

Part 6: Solving Ethical Problems
An Organized Approach
Solving Ethical Problems: The 10-Step Method

Part 7: Review and Suggestions for the Future
Five Rules for Ethical Behavior
Design a Life Plan for the Future