Embracing Organizational Ethical Behavior
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So, what is ethics and why should we study it? Ethics are the principles and standards that guide our behavior. It is important to study organizational ethics because there are many factors that go into good ethical decision making. Simply hiring “good” people does not make a “good” organization. An individual’s personal values and moral philosophies are just one factor in the ethical decision making process.
This program will help you make good ethical decisions regarding business and society using values, knowledge, and experience to recognize and resolve ethical issues within your organization. This program has most likely been sponsored by a department or leadership team in your organization for a reason. It will make you more inclined to ask questions of whether specific business practices are acceptable and inform you on what to do when they aren’t. The learning objective is to increase the awareness of organizational ethics and decrease the level of ambiguity among members of the organization regarding good ethical decisions.I hope that you can leave this program as an advocate for the values and principles that your organization embraces.
The program is structured into 6 sections of learning. All sections consist of 1 video lecture screencast, 1 video scenario screencast, and a short multiple choice quiz. The course will take approximately 2 hours to complete.
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|Section 1: Embracing Ethical Behavior for Managers Introduction/Value of Trust|
Lecture 1: Embracing Ethical Behavior for Managers IntroductionPreview
Making Good Ethical Decisions OverviewPreview
Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of TrustPreview
Making Good Ethical Decisions - Trust Sitation Example
Fill in the Blanks - Section #1
|Section 2: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Empathy|
Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Empathy
Making Good Ethical Decisions - Empathy Situation Example
Quiz #2: Fill In the Blanks - Section #2
|Section 3: Section 3: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Fairness|
Lecture 5: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Fairness
Lecture 6: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Fairness Situation Example
Quiz #3: Fill In the Blanks - Section #3
|Section 4: Section 4: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Truthfulness|
Lecture 7: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Truthfulness
Lecture 8: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Truthfulness Situation Example
Quiz #4: Fill in the Blanks - Section #4
|Section 5: Section 5: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Responsibility|
Lecture 9: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Responsibility
Lecture 10: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Responsibility Situation Example
Quiz #5: Fill in the Blanks - Section #5
|Section 6: Section 6: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Organizational Citizenship|
Lecture 11: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Value of Organizational Citizenship
Lecture 12: Making Good Ethical Decisions - Organizational Citizenship Sitation
Quiz #6 - Fill in the Blanks - Section #6
Dawn is recognized as a successful Business Operations and Human Resources Manager. She has more than 20 years’ management experience driving profitability for national corporations in the Hospitality, Human Resource, and Real Estate industries. She is known for her ability to hire, train, and develop management professionals at any level.
Dawn has been an adjunct professor at the University of New Haven and has been a featured speaker on recruiting and retention, entrepreneurial business, and labor relations for local Connecticut colleges. Dawn currently teaches as an Adjunct Faculty member for Post University and Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, CT. Dawn is a member of the Southern CT Chapter for the Society of Human Resources Management. She is an Alumni Board Member for The Hospitality Business School at Michigan State University.
Dawn earned her BA in Hospitality Business from Michigan State University and a MS in Labor Relations from the University of New Haven.
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