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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Ethics, Integrity, and Trust $74.95
Office Politics – What Will You Do? $74.95
Ethical Self-promotion $74.95
Introduction to Workplace Ethics $74.95
Developing a Code of Ethical Conduct $74.95
Ethical Decision-making in the Workplace $74.95
Do You Share Your Organization's Values? $74.95
The Ethics Enigma $74.95

Bundle Price: $249.00
Total Savings: $350.60


Ethics, Integrity, and Trust

Managers often face complex ethical dilemmas. This Challenge examines a situation that requires taking obligations, duties, and responsibilities into consideration.
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Office Politics – What Will You Do?

Office politics are often a slippery slope. This Challenge examines options for dealing with them.

Ethical Self-promotion

Ethical dilemmas in the workplace are not uncommon. This challenge examines how employees can go about making conscientious decisions under difficult circumstances.

Introduction to Workplace Ethics

Ethics don't just apply to senior executives. While upper management does have a responsibility to set the ethical tone for an organization, employees at every level also have a responsibility to conduct themselves in an ethical manner. This course will prepare you to approach your job with an awareness of the importance of ethics in the work setting and an understanding of what constitutes ethical behavior. You will learn the thinking behind ethical behavior and be able to recognize some of the common myths about business ethics.
  • recognize the factors that influence ethical dilemmas
  • define workplace ethics
  • identify personal benefits of acting ethically
  • recognize the importance of ethical conduct at the corporate level
  • recognize common myths about business ethics
  • recognize employee beliefs that foster ethical workplace behavior
  • match ethical approaches to their corresponding definitions

Developing a Code of Ethical Conduct

Become a better employee by understanding that honoring shared values and beliefs will gain you a reputation for being responsible, fair, honest, and respectful. These are essential qualities for both personal and professional success. Following a personal code of ethics is a good way to apply ethical principles and to ensure your reputation and integrity in the workplace are uncompromised. Many companies provide their employees with a formal code of conduct, but you can also develop your own code by clarifying your ethical principles and applying guidelines for behaviors that align with your code. This course explains common values, offers a process for developing your own ethical code of conduct, and presents several scenarios in which you get to exercise your ethical muscles. With the guidance provided in this course, you will be able to develop your own code of conduct, apply core values at work, and approach common ethical problems with confidence.
  • recognize examples of conduct that demonstrate ethical values
  • recognize the process for developing a personal code of conduct
  • recognize ethical implications in a given scenario

Ethical Decision-making in the Workplace

How do you go about making the best ethical decision possible? Sometimes there are gray areas between what is right and what is wrong. Do you have the tools necessary to ethically lead you in your work practices? When you are able to recognize areas in which ethical problems occur in the workplace and are aware of the various arguments and justifications that become obstacles to ethical behavior, it is easier to successfully apply ethical standards. This course aids you in identifying ethical problems, helps you avoid the obstacles that may tempt you to act improperly, and gives you the tools necessary to guide you toward the right decisions.
  • match common ethical problems to examples of their related behaviors
  • apply strategies for removing obstacles to ethical decision making
  • match obstacles to ethical behavior with corresponding strategies for removing them
  • match perspectives for making ethical decisions with examples
  • use a process for making ethical decisions

Do You Share Your Organization's Values?

When your values and beliefs align with the values of your organization, going to work each day can feel like a rewarding, enriching experience. But what if they don't? How do you overcome feelings of value misalignment or conflict, and do so without affecting your work or your professional relationships? This Impact Series product explores ways of identifying and addressing areas of personal and organizational value conflict.
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The Ethics Enigma

In the workplace, you never know when you'll be faced with an ethical dilemma. In a situation with no easy answers, how will you respond? This Challenge Series exercise explores the notion of acting with character and integrity, according to both personal and organizational values, to resolve a difficult issue. The learner takes the role of an employee struggling with whether or not to reveal knowledge of another person's past ethical misconduct.
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Business Ethics e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252549
  • Duration:
    4 hours
  • Price:
    $249