The Centre on Values and Ethics offers two four-day modules. Each unit is a coherent whole and may be taken independently. Graduates of the program must take both units and complete a work place based assignment. Classes are similar to a graduate seminar. Class size is small. Interactive discussions are based on pre-readings and in-class presentations.
Designing and Managing Ethics Programs, provides an overview of designing, developing, marketing, implementing, monitoring, measuring, reporting, sustaining and improving ethics programs.
Leadership & Organizational Integrity is designed for executives and organizational ethics officers. The workshop is based on evidence that ethics programs have limited effect unless we address the ethics of how we lead and manage people. This unit discusses risks associated with executive leadership, how to mitigate those risks, knowledge, skills, and practices requisite for ethical leadership, the impact of executive leadership on employee commitment to integrity, how to reinforce employee commitment to ethics by leveraging ethical culture, setting compliance and ethics based standards, integrating those standards into the reward system, and developing a business case for managing ethics.
Designing And Managing Ethics Programs
- Designing Ethics Programs
- Aligning the Organization: Partnering for Ethical Success
Leadership & Organizational Integrity
- A New Model of Executive Leadership
- Setting Standards and Changing How We Manage
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