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Business Ethics Training

Business Ethics for the Office

Business Ethics are a vital attribute that many successful organisations possess. Learning more about how Business Ethics Training can help with decisions and planning is a great way to grow your business and ensue you are looking at viable options for your business growth. This session will help with understanding what ethical decisions are and how things may be perceived.

Although this session is a sample session for the office, we can customize this session to suit any industry and workplace. Learn more about how Paramount Training can provide a custom session for you by calling us today.

Objectives for the Business Ethics for the Office Training

How your team will benefit:

Understand the Difference Between Ethics and Morals

What precisely makes a decision ethical? Our trainer starts the session with a brief discussion on the definitions of ethics and morals and also the difference between the two. Our trainer provides examples on how this can change outcomes.

Understand the Value of Ethics

Ethical decisions can bring great value to an organisation. We provide participants with real life workplace examples of how ethics have value.

Identify Some of Your Values and Moral Principles

Everyone can see right and wrong differently. The difficulty with ethics is that what may appear morally right (or ethical) to one man may seem appalling to another. Our trainer helps participants to identify their own values and moral principals through this discussion.

Be Familiar with some Philosophical Approaches to Ethical Decisions

Over the years, there have been many philosophers who have attempted to define a method for making reasonable decisions. We provide some added tools to aid in making conclusions that are ethical.

Identify Some Ways to Improve Ethics in your Office

We all would like to avoid making an unethical decision. This session provides information on how we can improve and avoid the issues within our own workplace.

Know what is required to start developing an office code of ethics

A code of ethics, followed and when correctly implemented, can create happier workers, more consistent decisions and commitment from staff. This session here provides participants with tools and information to start to develop a code of ethics within the workplace. This can be customized to suit your needs if this training session is for your team.

Know Some Ways to Avoid Ethical Dilemmas

This section is a collection of tips to assist in preventing ethical dilemmas. We discuss how you can avoid many situations with some quick and easy tips.

Have Some Tools to Help You Make Better Decisions

There are tools such as the three stage problem solving model and others that can help you make better decisions. Learn how to use the new tools to help you make ethical decisions.

Business Ethics Training Summary

What exactly makes a decision ethical? The problem with ethics is that what may seem morally right (or ethical) to one person may seem appalling to another.

This training session will not provide you with an easy way to solve every ethical decision you will ever have to make. It will, however, help you define your ethical framework to make solving those ethical dilemmas easier. We’ll also look at some tools that you can use when you’re faced with an ethical decision. And, we’ll look at some techniques you can use so you don’t get stuck in an ethical quandary. Best of all, we’ll look at a lot of case studies so that you can practice making decisions in a safe environment.

 

The Business Ethics for the Office Session Outline

Introduction and Course Overview

The very very first part of the day getting to know employees and talking about what’s going to occur during the session. Workers will even have a chance to recognize their personal learning objectives.

What’s Ethics?

To begin the day, we’ll discuss what the words “ethics” and “morals” mean. Workers will even have a chance to recognize a few of these private values.

Taking Your Moral Temperature, Part One

Before we start discussing the way to make good choices, workers will probably be requested to think about how they’d respond to some awkward situations.

Why Bother with Ethics?

In this session, we’ll take a look at a number of the payoffs of ethical behaviour.

Kohlberg’s Six Stages

This session will investigate Kohlberg’s six periods of moral growth by means of a discussion and a little group exercise.

Some Objective Ways of Studying the World

We’ll take a look at some classic philosophical approaches to issues in this session, for instance, golden rule, utilitarianism, along with the categorical imperative. Workers will even employ these strategies to some hypothetical scenarios.

What Exactly Does Ethical Mean?

What appears to be the moral choice can differ depending on which side of the predicament you’re on. To exemplify this, we’ll consider the example of Merck Pharmaceuticals in a discussion and in little groups.

Avoiding Ethical Dilemmas

This session will analyse some means which we are able to prevent getting stuck in ethical dilemmas. Then, workers will employ the procedures into a case study.

Pitfalls and Explanations

We can always find explanations to make the incorrect choice. This session will take a look at a number of the very typical reasons for poor judgements and offer some thinking points.

Developing an Office Code of Ethics

This session will look at what a code of ethics should comprise, the way to determine in case your business is prepared for a code, and some sample codes of ethics.

22 Keys to an Ethical Office

Ethics expert Nan DeMars has identified 22 keys to make your office moral. We’ll review these keys in a discussion, and then workers will probably be requested to identify some means to utilize the thoughts to help resolve areas of moral concern within their office.

Basic Decision Making Tools

This session will look at a basic three phase problem solving model and a few problem solving tools.

Ethical Decision Making Tools

Along with the fundamental problem solving tools covered within the preceding session, there are several unique tools you could utilize to solve ethical difficulties.

Dilemmas with Company Policy

It’s possible that the business’s policies will set you in an ethical dilemma. This session will look at some things you can do if this occurs.

Dilemmas with Co-workers

In this session, we’ll take a look at some ethical dilemmas that co-workers can create. First, we’ll discuss some basic tips in a discussion, and then workers will finish a case study.

Dilemmas with Customers

Customers will often request that we do something unethical for several of reasons. This session will analyse a number of the very typical reasons. Then, workers will role play some potential scenarios.

Dilemmas and Managers

This session will cover some dilemmas you may face as a manager, and a few dilemmas that managers might set you in.

What to do Once You Make an Error

Let’s face the truth: we’re all individual. We all make errors and also make choices that we wish we could take back. This session will analyse Nan DeMars‘six step strategy for recovering from errors gracefully.
Taking Your Moral Temperature, Part Two

At the start of the session, workers were requested to think about how they’d handle some awkward situations. Workers will now be requested to reevaluate their choices in light of everything they have learned.

Session Wrap Up

At the conclusion of the day, workers are going to have a chance to ask questions and complete an action plan.

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