The decisions and actions of individual leaders, including supervisors and managers at all levels, play an important role in setting the overall organization’s ethical tone. After all, employees learn what is considered acceptable within the company as a direct result of observing the actions of their leaders. Simply put, the behaviors of leaders define whether or not it’s possible for an organization to have a culture that’s defined by ethics.
No matter what a company’s code of ethics says or what the statement is, leadership behaviors define organizational culture. It’s critical for all leaders 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. As a result, leaders at all levels need to know how to apply sound ethical principles to their actions and decisions ad follow them on a daily basis.
This informative training session covers a variety of topics related to ethical decision making in the business world, emphasizing how and why ethical decision-making practices are in the best long-term interests of the company, its employees, customers, and the larger community. This valuable program provides practical suggestions for incorporating ethical considerations into decision-making at all levels.
Mary Gormandy White is the Managing Director of MTI Business Solutions. She holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in Communication and her certifications include Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) and Everything DiSC® Certified Trainer/Accredited Workplace Facilitator.
Mary’s professional background includes extensive experience in management, HR, instructional design, writing/editing, and more. She teaches online PHR, SPHR, aPHR, and SHRM certification prep courses and is a frequent keynote speaker at conferences and association meetings nationwide. Mary is also a professional writer. She is a Staff Writer with YourDictionary.com, where she creates educational content. She also writes about HR best practices for other organizations.
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