|Category||People Management & Personal Development|
“I believe…. therefore I do…” Research shows that despite our best intentions and conviction to our values, our actions in times of conflict or stress may not be what we expect.
This session provides an opportunity to challenge and uncover what “ethics” means in a professional context and how our goals, values and traits drive our responses in times of conflict and stress. Participants will have opportunities to practically apply what they learn through interaction and knowledge exchange with their peers.
Who Should Attend
CPAs and other business professionals seeking to better understand the challenges of ethics in the workplace and how best to prepare and manage responses to ethical challenges.
In this course, you will learn
how to manage organizational dynamics when personal ethics conflict with corporate values
various approaches to ethical thinking
the impact stress and conflict has on our thoughts and actions how we can best prepare to work in this environment
the impact of deadline and goals/objectives in driving ethical performance
ethics from a broad organizational perspective as it relates to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
to apply and practice specific techniques, tools and strategies based on relevant business based scenarios
This course contains 4 hours of ethics content.
Tammy Towill, FCPA, FCMA
NOTE: Our registration system will be undergoing maintenance, and will not be available Friday January 18, 2019, from 5:00 pm until approximately 9:00 pm.
|E82040F_VA||Sutton Place Hotel||Vancouver||Feb 07 2019 8:30am - 12:30pm|