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Title: Ethics Literacy and Training


1
Ethics Literacy and Training
  • The Ken Wallace Company Helps to
  • Develop
  • Implement
  • Improve
  • Measure
  • Monitor
  • the ethical environment of your organization by
    installing Ethics Literacy, not just an Ethics
    Program

2
  • Contents
  • The Organization as a System
  • Outcomes you can expect
  • Some questions your organization needs to answer
  • Steps to increasing ethical effectiveness and
    congruence

3
The Organization as a System
  • The Ken Wallace Company focuses on the
    organization as a system including its procedures
    and processes and how they either encourage
    or discourage employee behavior that the company
    defines as ethical

4
The Organization as a System
  • Ethics is a matter of choice, planning and
    persistence
  • Once you decide what matters most to you in life
    (begin with the end in mind - what do you want on
    your tombstone?) you can more easily determine
    what needs to be done and how you need to act in
    order to create that kind of legacy.

5
The Organization as a System
  • Ethics is both personal and organizational
  • If employees' personal sense of morality and
    ethical behavior is significantly different than
    that of the organization for which they work,
    there will be an ethical gap that will result in
    ethically compromised behavior that will
    jeopardize the organization's future viability.

6
Outcomes you can expect
  • Culture of Integrity and Respect
  • Strategies for resolving personal ethical
    conflicts at work
  • Clarification of personal and organizational
    values and principles
  • Plan for ethical congruence and effectiveness
    throughout the organization

7
Following are some questions your organization
needs to answer
  • 1. Do you have a code of ethics?
  • 2. Do you have written values and principles?
  • 3. What do you want people to say about the
    organization, its employees and trustholders?
  • 4. What does the organization look and feel like
    at the end of the next twelve months?
  • 5. What currently inhibits and discourages
    ethical behavior and decision making in the
    organization?
  • Continued . . .

8
Following are some questions your organization
needs to answer
  •  6. What currently facilitates and encourages
    ethical behavior and decision making in the
    organization?   7. What needs to start being done
    - stop being done - continue being done to
    enhance the climate of integrity in the
    organization?  Who needs to be doing or not doing
    these things?   8. In the absence of clear,
    written and unambiguous policy and procedure,
    what decision making process will help employees
    make an ethical decision that aligns their
    personal values and the organization's ethical
    principles that results in beneficial outcomes
    for all concerned?

9
Steps to increasing ethical effectiveness and
congruence in your organization
  • 1. Assessing the ethical climate
  • 2. Clear organizational values and principles
  • 3. Clear personal values and principles
  • 4. Formal discussions on ethics - employee
    input
  • 5. Ethics policies and procedures, code of
    ethical conduct
  • 6. Measures of ethical effectiveness
  • Continued . . .

10
Steps to increasing ethical effectiveness and
congruence in your organization
  • 7. Accountability structure, rewards and
    punishments
  • 8. Guidelines for ethical decision making
  • 9. Building support for ethical practices
  • 10. Ethical leadership practices
  • 11. Ethics education and training
  • The Ken Wallace Company can assist in the
    development of consistent ethical behavior at all
    levels of the organization by helping you
    implement all of the preceding steps

11
The Ken Wallace Company also deals with
  • the interrelationship of ethics and self-esteem
  • ways to structure an organization so that ethical
    activity is clearly defined and encouraged in all
    its employees
  • Needs-based and Values-based decision making
    models applied to participants' individual jobs
  • how to develop personal and organizational models
    to foster and ensure ethical decision-making
    which results in actions based on personal and
    corporate values

12
Benefits You Can Expect
  • Increased sales revenue
  • Improved relationships among co-workers
  • Increased satisfaction levels with job tasks
  • Longer-term relationships with clients
  • Decreased employee turnover
  • Increased behavioral alignment with corporate
    vision and mission statements
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