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Leading Practice in Business Ethics

By on January 22, 2013

28Apr 2011
29Apr 2011
This two-day workshop is designed for executives and professionals with leadership responsibilities for ensuring the values of their organisation work in a visible and meaningful way. It provides an understanding of key ethical challenges faced by businesses, how these can be addressed and identifies a range of initiatives that will encourage employees to make principle-based ethical decisions while at work.

This workshop includes discussions and case studies on some of the most common and the most challenging aspects of implementing a business ethics program, such dealing with bribery and corruption, conflicts of interest, gifts and hospitality, bullying and harassment, anti-trust, fraud, and theft.

This workshop is suitable for professionals in the human resource, governance, sustainable development and CSR functions or those who have line management roles who directly support the chief executive officer or the Board.

This is the perfect opportunity to learn not only how to put ethical decision making into practice but also how to communicate it, measure and monitor ethical compliance in your organisation.
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