Company Ethics: How To Set The Tone As A Leader
The decisions and actions that individuals in leadership positions, including supervisors and managers at all levels, play an important role in setting the ethical tone and standards for social responsibility within their organization.
After all, employees learn what behaviors are considered acceptable within their companies from observing the actions of their leaders.
This is why it is critical for everyone in a leadership role to conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with the organization’s vision, mission, and values while also taking into account the potential impact on all stakeholder groups when making decisions. In order to do this, it is necessary to know how to apply sound ethical principles and to get in the habit of doing so daily.
About This Training Session:
This informative audio conference covers a variety of topics related to ethical decision making in the business world, emphasizing the idea that ethical decision making practices are in the best long-term interests of the company, its employees, customers, and the larger community.
With such a strong emphasize on the subject of ethical decision making, it is more important now than ever before that every supervisor complete this valuable training session in which they will gain practical suggestions for incorporating ethical considerations into decision making at all levels. Other What You'll Learn:
learning objectives include:
- The concepts of business ethics and corporate social responsibility
- How and why managers set the ethical tone for their companies
- Applying the stakeholder perspective to decision making
- Four approaches to ethical decision making (utilitarian, moral-rights, individualism, and justice)
- Individual and organizational factors that impact ethical decisions
- Setting the stage for a culture of ethics
- How having a culture of ethics impacts mission, vision, and values
- Applying a simple model for ethical decision making
- Practical guidelines to help ensure ethical decision making