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Help enhance your ethical culture and address the moral challenges your employees face in today's global economy.

Relevant and up-to-date, the Business Ethics In The New Economy training program tackles today’s business ethics issues with a "back-to-basics" approach.

Probing the ins and outs of unethical decisions, the Business Ethics in the New Economy training video helps employees resolve ethical dilemmas.

With vivid examples from renowned ethics expert Dr. Jennings, the course offers guidelines that help employees make tough yet ethical choices as they face:

  • The pressures of intense competition
  • The pressures of making sales goals
  • The pitfalls of supposed gray areas
  • Poor ethical leadership
  • The urge to expedite processes due to lack of time

Today’s organizations conduct business in ways that were not even thought of 10 years ago, and even since the global economic recession began in 2008 - how businesses achieve their strategic objectives have continued to change.

Increased competition. Globalization. Pressure to hit the numbers. Changing technologies. Emerging markets. Increased speed in order to deliver on objectives. Social networking. Mergers and acquisitions. Increased regulatory requirements.

All of these changes make it imperative that employees at all levels of an organization are conducting themselves ethically and in compliance with applicable laws.

The Business Ethics In The New Economy training DVD will help learners gain an awareness of what is or is not ethical in relevant business situations in today’s new global marketplace. Dr. Marianne Jennings will provide guidance on proper actions to be taken, and an explanation of how there is no “grey area” in business ethics.

At the conclusion of this training course the viewer should have an understanding of and be better equipped to handle the following business ethics issues:

  • increased competition
  • achieving business objectives such as sales & profits
  • dealing with business ethics issues with management
  • disregarding proper policies & procedures to increase efficiencies
  • coping with business ethics issues in technology & social media

 

Purchase Includes

  • DVD (22 Minutes)
  • Printable Leader’s Guide
  • PowerPoint Presentation
Topics
HR and Workplace Issues
Uses
Ethics
Release Date
Jan 1, 2011
Video Running Time (minutes)
22:00
Producer
Coastal
Featured Talent
Dr. Marianne Jennings
Course ID
00767

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