Understanding Organizational Ethics
An organization's culture evolves from the values of its members. However, organizational culture and ethics are more than the sum of their parts. Organizations develop a self-sustaining and durable system of ethics that exerts a powerful influence on the actions, decisions, and behaviors of all employees. This course gives employees the ability to recognize ethical patterns and practices in an organization, and provides the skills needed to create and audit an organizational code of ethics.
All employees with ethical decision-making responsibility
Expected Duration (hours)
Lesson Objectives Understanding Organizational Ethics
identify the benefits of recognizing differences in the ethical perceptions of employees and employers.
match motives with employee expectations for employer ethical behavior.
match employee expectations for employer ethical behavior with examples.
match motives with employer expectations for employee ethical behavior.
match employer expectations for employee ethical behavior with examples.
predict the source of ethical conflict in an employee-employer relationship in a given scenario.
identify the benefits of establishing a company code of ethics.
apply steps for creating a company code of ethics statement in a given scenario.
sequence examples of steps for creating a company code of ethics statement.
apply steps for performing a code of ethics audit in a given scenario.
match steps for performing a code of ethics audit with examples.
apply steps for reporting ethical lapses in a given scenario.
match steps for reporting ethical lapses with examples.
identify the benefits of recognizing differences in ethical standards between functional areas.
match the elements of functional area ethics systems with examples.
analyze a given scenario to predict the cause of ethical conflicts between functional areas.
match sources of ethical conflicts between functional areas with examples.