Total Credits: 2 including 2 Behavioral Ethics - Non-technical
Business ethics is not something “nice to do” but can mean the difference between success, failure and survival in today’s competitive environment. Being trustworthy, having consistent business principles and an outstanding reputation may provide an organization’s only long-term competitive advantage. This webcast outlines eight steps to create an ethical business environment including specific ways for financial professionals to make better ethical decisions.
1. Establish a code of conduct and make it public
2. Hire and promote people with a well-grounded sense of personal ethics
3. Interpret your code for ordinary circumstances
4. Communicate expectations for employees to act in an ethical manner
5. Lead by example
6. Teach employees the basic tools of ethical decision making
7. Back your code with enforcement
8. Factor values into every important organizational activity and decision
|Important CPE Credit Instructions_READ BEFORE WEBCAST UPDATED (0.47 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Ethics in the Real World_Slides (0.84 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Ethics in the Real World_Workbook (0.23 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Diane D. White, MBA, CPA, CMA, is a finance and accounting executive with 39 years of control and business leadership expertise in both large and small for-profit and non-profit corporations. She served several Fortune 50 corporations as Division Controller for 25 years before becoming a CFO for nonprofits and small businesses. Diane recently retired as CFO of Workforce Resource, a nationwide mortgage finance service provider. She and her husband Jim reside in Beaufort, SC where she enjoys volunteer work, teaching, consulting, writing, and a wide array of Lowcountry outdoor pleasures.
Fri, Jun 25, 2021 - 09:00am to 10:47am EDT
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