50 Activities for Promoting Ethics Within the Organization
Human Resource Development, 2003 - 350 lappuses
This title is divided into five sections. Each section has ten exercises designed to stimulate discussion and promote inquiry regarding business ethics. The activities focus on Leadership, Corporate Citizenship, Salesmanship, Management, and Teamwork. Contributing to this collection is a range of trainers from a wide variety of disciplines and locations, including Europe, India, Canada, and a broad cross-section of the United States. Training Objectives: Increase ethics awareness among managers, teams and sales personnel; Help develop values and guidelines; Provide training activities to support organizational ethics policies; Provide activities for practice in ethical decision-making. Training Methods: Icebreakers; Assessments; Role plays; Games. Time Guidelines: 50 activities vary in length from 15 minutes to 60 minutes.
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Part A Ethical Leadership
Youre Better Ough
Machiavellian Manipulative or Masterful?
More POWER to
Part B Ethical Corporate Citizenship
exercise which examines the correlations among power leadership
To Be or Not to Be Civil
Take the Ow Out of Now
An Employers Right or an Employees Wrong?
That Feather in Your Cap
You Know Theres a Child
Stand Up for Standards
Librarians Dont Rule the World
Flirting with Danger
Leader of the
Whatever It Takes
A Sale of Need Is a Sale Indeed
Ethics from A to Z
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action activities actually allow answers Approximately Ask participants Begin behavior communication complete consider continued corporate course create customers describe develop discussion Distribute divided effective employees encourage engage ethical example exercise experience Explain feel flipchart four or five give given half Handout ideas individuals influence involved issues keep lead leader leadership letter manager MATERIALS means meeting minutes minutes OVERVIEW negative notes observer once organization organizational person POINTS OF INTEREST positive possible practices presentation problem PROCEDURE questions QUOTATION reasons regarding responses ROOM ARRANGEMENT rules share sheet Show situation statements Stick story subgroups successful suggestions team members tell things thought Transparency unethical values VARIATION workplace write