Ethical Leadership - If Good Ethics Is Good Business, Then What's the Problem?

Ethical Leadership - If Good Ethics Is Good Business, Then What's the Problem?

Global Ethics University
Updated Jun 11, 2019

Course Overview

Everyone knows that ethics is good for business but somehow many managers fall short ethically as they lose focus and allow distraction moral ambiguity training crises and a leadership gap to veer them off course. Take back your ethical effectiveness and get your priorities straight by learning real and specific problems that prevent people from behaving ethically and then learn practical steps to overcome them. This course by Frank Bucaro CSP CPAE teaches about the barriers to effective leadership and then provides positive proactive steps to overcoming them. Keep ethics the priority with your workforce and rise above the problems crises and distractions that get in your way.

Target Audience

  • All audiences
  • Executives
  • Managers
  • Directors
  • Business Owners

Learning Objectives

  • Know the problem of lack of moral awareness moral skill sets needed for success and the difference between the spirit of the law and ethics.
  • Discuss the issues of moral absolutes and how they affect thinking about ethics.
  • Ask yourself what it means to be ethical?
  • Know the training issues and effective strategies to support good ethics in the workplace.
  • Know the difference between leadership and management.
  • Learn to understand and interpret your moral compass.

Business Outcomes

Equip managers executives and business owners to build an ethical culture in the workplace.