Building an Environment of Trust
Trust is the glue of personal relationships and rewarding working relationships as well. The most trusted organizations in business today can be vulnerable to one poor decision made by a single employee. In this presentation Frank explores five elements of ethics training that will help participants understand the key role of trust a) for effective leadership b) for maintaining uninterrupted growth and profitability and c) for building rewarding relationships.
The Five elements:
High content, entertaining format, and humorous business ethics cases that will help leaders and the organization maintain and grow a high trust environment!
1. The Power of Values-based Leadership
• Values as the foundation for solid leadership
2. Commitment to "High Road" Behavior
• Three things leaders need to do well
• Ethics vs. compliance 3. Trust and Transparency
• "You can't get there without a map"
• How transparency relates to trust
• Negative vs. positive ethics
4. Enhancing the Moral Compass
• How do leaders use their moral compass?
• Moral obligations of leaders
5. Reputation Safeguarding
• The reputation you want
• What you have to do to get it and keep it
Contact us now to learn more about Frank’s newest program at 630-483-2276 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be the Organization That People Want To Work For, Partner With, Invest In and Buy From!
What is "good company"? What does it mean to be "good company"?
It is the organization that people want to associate with — the organization
that is successful and strong to the core.
Covered in this presentation:
• Five reasons to operate a business in an ethical manner.
• Five virtues for effective and profitable leadership.
• Three ways to foster an ethical culture.
• Five tips to help determine the right thing to do in challenging situations.
Discover how doing the right thing, at the right time, for the right reason is not only wise,
it is profitable. Examples, humorous stories, and hands-on ideas for maintaining an ethical culture
are the focus of this presentation.
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Good Company: Be the Organization That People Want To Work For, Partner With, Invest In and Buy From!
This program works well for executive level employees and boards of directors.
Taking the High Road:
How to Succeed Ethically When Others Bend the Rules
Problems and consequences attributed to poor ethical decisions
can arise when ethical behavior is not defined, understood, or demonstrated.
Emphasizing the value of ethics training will help to foster
an environment where:
• Ethical behavior is valued.
• Ethical behavior is considered the norm.
• Ethical decisions help to contribute to long-term success.
This program features easy-to-understand definitions of ethics,
guidelines for tackling difficult decisions, practical examples, and a
generous amount of humor; the result is an upbeat look at a key factor in long-term success.
Taking the High Road: How to Succeed Ethically When Others Bend the Rules. This program is a general ethics presentation for employees organization-wide.
Insights into Ethical Leadership
In a business climate where corporate leadership is
often under the ethics microscope, leaders are increasingly being
challenged to find ways to deepen trust, foster collaboration, and build customer loyalty.
This program will help participants gain a clearer understanding of ethics,
show how ethics is a key ingredient in business and personal success, and will
provide practical ideas to help with difficult decisions.
Topics that will be covered include:
• Two types of ethics and which will serve you and the organization best.
• How to identify the "ethics gap."
• Five virtues that will enhance an ethical and productive workplace.
• Five key challenges to businesses and how to overcome them.
• Four points to consider in making the best decision.
This presentation combines timely and useful material with humorous stories
for an experience that is informative, practical in application, and entertaining
Trust Me!: Insights into Ethical Leadership. This program works well when the audience is made up of key leaders and managers.
All programs can be presented as a one-hour
keynote or a longer seminar session of 2 to 3 hours.
Call or email for information on programs for boards of directors,
ethics coaching sessions, or multi-day programs.