Presented by: Steve Friedland, President of Steve Friedland Associates
Target Audience: All BSU Employees
Date and Time: Thursday, October 11th.
First session is for managers who supervise other full time professional employees and
is from 9:00am-12:00am and the second session for all other employees is
Location: East Campus Commons Room 112
Workshop Description: This workshop provides participants with knowledge, skills, tools, and resources to more effectively contribute to ethics in the workplace. Participants will have the opportunity to safely explore and discuss various common workplace scenarios, learn whether each scenario is an ethical issue or work decision. Participants will also learn how to apply ethical problem solving tools, techniques, and response strategies to effectively handle diverse situations.
Key topics include:
- Defining organizational ethics
- Identifying potential workplace scenarios or practices that raise concerns
- Determining whether a situation is an ethical issue or work decision
- Using ethical problem-solving tools when dealing with ethical dilemmas
- Exploring unethical workplace scenarios and effective response strategies
- Practices, tools, and resources that help support ethics in the workplace
As a result of this workshop, participants will gain knowledge, skills,
tools, and resources to more effectively handle workplace ethical dilemmas and
further help strengthen and support maintain an ethical organizational culture.
Please note: The morning session which runs from 9:00am to 12:00pm is geared towards managers who supervise other full time professional employees.
Registration: Registration Form
Last Modified: September 17, 2012