Values & Ethics – Foundational To Your Success - Part II
Ethics training has been clearly identified as an important component in countering unethical behavior in organizations. As a matter of fact, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act leaves little doubt as to the mandatory requirement for ethics awareness within an organization. As a result, there has been a widespread and sharp increase in the number of organizations that have developed some form of ethics training as part of their developmental plan.
Moreover, training in ethics now occurs in both academic and business settings that offer courses that concentrate on social responsibility and business ethics. Although the content of these courses varies greatly, the best programs seem to focus on ethical awareness and ethical reasoning. Ethical awareness seminars and workshops tend to focus on increasing sensitivity to ethical dilemmas that are work related; however, ethical reasoning material is more in line with learning strategies for solving ethical dilemmas.
RecordedApr 14 201032 mins
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