An explanation of what ethics in business means, the effects of competition and the assumptions of what's considered normal
Avoid being swayed by intimidation, social proof, apparent jokes and conflicts of interest, as well as how to understand the enemies of ethics
Learn why it's important to know and understand the universal standards and general professional values common to us all
Assess the external factors involved in decision making, starting with a look at the consequences. Understand the rules of making important decisions and the character required to make them
Consider perspectives and avoid pitfalls. Decide what to do and what not to do when challenged
Business is complex, the stakes are high and always doing what’s right can sometimes be a challenge; this course teaches how to identify and overcome these challenges.
The course provides a clear framework to enable the conscious, critical assessment of situations. Taking moral decisions will become easier, employee loyalty will be enhanced, along with personal and corporate reputation.
Delegates will learn how to recognise moral dilemmas and gain an understanding of the enemies of ethical behaviour.
On completion, delegates will know how to focus on facts and logic, rather than putting their faith in principles or beliefs that have no basis in truth
Participants will know how to think systematically, listing and rigorously analysing possibilities, facts and arguments.
Good communication has never been more important in todays virtual world. Upskill today by booking onto one of our virtual communication masterclasses. Live from London, New York & Hong Kong.
This course will show participants how to communicate effectively with virtual-team members in phone calls, conference calls and virtual meetings – and to do it successfully across cultures.
Learn how to identify and manage office politics and workplace conflict. Discover the skills and techniques needed to deal with certain behaviours and situations.