50 Activities for Promoting Ethics within the Organization by Diane Swanson

By Diane Swanson

This name is split into 5 sections. each one part has ten routines designed to stimulate dialogue and advertise inquiry concerning company ethics. The actions concentrate on management, company Citizenship, Salesmanship, administration, and Teamwork. Contributing to this assortment is quite a number running shoes from a large choice of disciplines and destinations, together with Europe, India, Canada, and a wide cross-section of the us.

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Increase ethics knowledge between managers, groups and revenues group of workers support strengthen values and directions offer education actions to aid organizational ethics rules offer actions for perform in moral decision-making education equipment Icebreakers exams function performs video games Time guidance

50 actions differ in size from quarter-hour to 60 mins.

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1949 issue of Popular Mechanics F. Darryl F. Zanuck, former head of 20th Century Fox G. Tris Speaker, Hall of Fame outfielder H. Wayne Gretzky I. The Quarterly Review, England, in March 1825 J. President Rutherford B. Hayes 6. Ethical Leadership Park Your Ethicar in the Harvard Yard Approximately 45 minutes OVERVIEW A quarter of a century ago, Harvard undertook a study of why businesspeople behave unethically. With this exercise, participants list reasons for unethical behavior. They are then asked to prioritize their reasons as a small group and to compare their answers to those provided decades ago.

With this exercise, participants list reasons for unethical behavior. They are then asked to prioritize their reasons as a small group and to compare their answers to those provided decades ago. PURPOSE To provoke thought and discussion regarding root causes of unethical behavior. GROUP SIZE Any size group. Participants will first work alone and then in small groups. ROOM ARRANGEMENT If possible, table groups for four or five participants. 1, “Six Reasons” • • Optional: Newspaper articles related to business ethics METHOD 1.

The other secretaries took her to lunch to help orient her to the department. One of them cautions her: “Mr. Martiello heads Accounting and he has very strict standards. ” 4. Ethical Leadership Standing on Common Ground Approximately 20 minutes OVERVIEW This brain teaser encourages critical thinking about the attributes of ethical leaders. Participants first identify such attributes and then engage in a mental challenge designed to elicit critical thinking in general terms. OBJECTIVES To generate insight and discussion regarding the attributes of ethical leaders.

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