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Business Ethics for Sales Professionals
Released 8/2/2017 Regardless of your profession, the subject of ethics is an important one to review. That said, it's particularly critical for sales professionals, who are in contact with many different people and exposed to a variety of business settings. In this course, explore examples of tricky situations that salespeople often encounter, and learn how to behave ethically while dealing with the pressure to deliver results. Sales coach Dean Karrel explores ethical business practices for dealing with expense accounts, working offsite, giving and accepting gifts, hiring and firing, and more. Topics include: Establishing credibility and a good reputation Behaving ethically in your work Avoiding deceptive selling tactics Using expense accounts for travel and entertainment Hiring and firing Ethics in the marketplace Delivering on your promise Dealing with cultural differences
CFA® Level 1 2014 – Ethics & Professional Standards
Academy of Financial Training AFT -
A$45This program is a Support Tool & Guide to prepare for the CFA® Level 1 Examination to held in June & December 2014. This program covers the First and Most important topic - 'Ethics & Professional Standards' (also known as 'ETHICS' module) carrying almost 15% weight in the 6-hour Exam covering a total of 240 questions [120 questions each in Morning session (9 am to 12 noon) and Afternoon session (2 to 5 pm)]. Many candidates find that they performed or scored very well in other topics but fared poorly in Ethics and as a result could not clear Level 1. Keeping this in consideration, AFT has developed this module with about 3 hours of video lectures to make this topic easier for Candidates to grasp and understand the concepts using relevant examples at varied standards. We hope that you will find this program extremely useful. Required CFA Institute Disclaimer: "CFA® and Chartered Financial Analyst® are trademarks owned by CFA institute. CFA Institute (formerly the Association for Investment Management And Research) does not endorse, promote, review, or warrant the accuracy of the products or services offer by Academy of Financial Training.” What am I going to get from this course? Enable the student to understand and apply the CFA Institute Code of Ethics & Standards of Professional Conduct correctly in the CFA Level 1 Examination What is the target audience? CFA® Program Level 1 [June or December 2014 Exam] Candidates The CFA® Program is suitable for Bankers, Investment Managers, Equity Research professionals, MBAs, and other Finance graduates / professionals. It is also beneficial for non-finance professionals like IT engineers and others who are interested to enhance their knowledge in Finance or choose it as a career. What are the requirements? No specific pre-requisite knowledge required as such, however a basic understanding of financial services (especially investment management industry) will be useful
The Three Pillar Model for Business Decisions: Strategy, Law & Ethics
Successful decision making is based on three key pillars: strategy, law and ethics. After taking this course you will be able to use a practical framework based on these three elements to make successful business, personal and leadership decisions. This course opens with an example of a leadership decision: President Barack Obama’s strategic decision to capture or kill Osama bin Laden. The course then shows how the three elements can be used to prevent a tragedy when making a personal decision. The rest of the course focuses on making successful business decisions. In essence, to achieve business and career success, you must create value (strategy) and manage risk (law) in a responsible manner (ethics). Because the Law Pillar plays a central role in the three pillar model, the course includes practical legal briefings (with many examples) on the key elements of business success. Specifically, the course shows you how to: • attract the best employees, • develop successful products, • create new business models, • protect intellectual property, • create contracts that achieve business goals, and • use dispute resolution processes that improve business relationships. Using a global perspective, the course also provides an introduction to international business culture for learners from the United States, and an introduction to the U.S. business culture for learners from outside the U.S.Commitment: 10 weeks of study, 1-3 hours/week
Global Impact: Business Ethics
Global business ethics is the study and analysis of how ethics and global business are connected. How we should treat each other and our organizations in global and local contexts is the topic of this course. Business ethics and corporate responsibility are inherent in global commerce. Commerce is about markets, and markets entail exchanges between people and groups of people. So commerce is about human relationships, and indeed, it could not be otherwise. One of the important challenges in global business is working out the extent of these obligations in the interrelationships between businesses and the particular local cultures in which that business operates. The ethical issues arising from these engagements, the kinds of values-based considerations out of which an organization negotiates with local concerns, and how an organization can be both an enabler of economic value-added while respecting cultural differences will be topics of this course. Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to: • Become morally sensitive to ethical dilemmas in global commerce • Identify ethical issues in global business • Master stakeholder analysis • Address issues from more than one point of view • Use a well-reasoned process by which to arrive at ethically-defensible decisions • Evaluate good and weak arguments • Defend your conclusions This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu.Commitment: 4 weeks of study, 4-6 hours/week
Ethics in the Workplace
Ethical companies gains respect from within the company and from outside. In a marketplace where unfair competition, underhanded practices, and consumer distrust is the fore front, an ethical company becomes a preferred consumer choice. In this course, we will explore ethics in the workplace.
Ethics: Balancing Duties to the Firm, the Client, the Court and Myself (2017) 1 CPD Unit
A$601 CPD Unit = 1 Hour Self Study (check with your Professional Body) Ethics is not black and white. Join Rose as she works through the more interesting ‘ethical dilemmas’, case studies and ‘grey areas’ that lawyers commonly grapple with. Recorded March 2017 - >> More from this provider on Go1 Key Learning Outcomes: Recognise an ethical dilemma when it arises Understand the legal rules which apply to lawyers in Australia Consider the expectations of other stakeholders, including the client and the firm/employer Reflect on their own values and ethics Be more confident to handle conflicts when they arise1 CPD Unit = 1 Hour Self Study (check with your Professional Body)
A$60In this course, we reflect on the moral codes that underscore sound business ethics and we will touch on how many Organisations today have published their own Code of Ethics to help employees understand their responsibilities in conducting business on behalf of the Organisation.
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