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Developing your own ethical intelligence is one challenge, but embedding ethical intelligence across your organization is an entirely different challenge.  In this course, we explore the role corporate culture has in creating the ethical organization.  In doing so, you will learn about the core values every organization must embody to create a high-performance and ethical culture.

In this course, you learn more than just the ideal corporate culture, we'll also cover the proactive measures you can take to change corporate culture.  Ultimately, the course attempts to ask and answer the question about whether the ethical organization creates another point of competitive advantage.

Learning Objectives

  • Discover how to assess the strength of ethics and the corporate culture of the organization.
  • Explore the value proposition ethics has in creating competitive advantage in the organization.
  • Identify the elements of high performance corporate cultures of any organization.
  • Recognize how to apply a methodology for changing corporate culture.
Last updated/reviewed: November 8, 2019

18 Reviews (59 ratings)Reviews

5
Member's Profile
Good framework for understanding and building an ethical culture in your business. The case study was a great example of greed and unaccountability.
5
Member's Profile
This course was a good wrap-up to the series of four courses regarding ethics. The Wells Fargo case was an excellent example.
4
Anonymous Author
Excellent presentation and analysis of the ethical organization and what is involved in achieving and sustaining this status.
4
Member's Profile
Good presentation, especially liked the use of the case study. There was a lot covered in a short period of time.
5
Member's Profile
This puts the previous two courses into direct action within a company, providing a framework on which to act.
5
Member's Profile
The content is very well organized and outlined. Concrete examples are given, including a case study.
5
Anonymous Author
It was a nice course to remind myself the importance of ethical values. The case study was good.
4
Anonymous Author
Great presentation over-all. good practical ideas that can be implemented across organizations
5
Member's Profile
Very interesting - it's hard to find ethics coursesthat are not repetitive. This one was not.
5
Anonymous Author
Good course that communicates the importance and benefits of having an ethical organization.
4
Member's Profile
I liked the ANTE model and also the flow from Experiences > Beliefs > Behaviors > Outcomes.
5
Member's Profile
Very engaging. I enjoyed having the video and the slides, made it easier to pay attention!
5
Anonymous Author
The Ethical Organization was a refreshing course and the examples used were very helpful.
5
Member's Profile
Appreciated the current case study and actual interviews demonstrating ethical concerns.
5
Anonymous Author
Great summary and content. Presentation style engaging and always a favorite!
4
Member's Profile
Good Presentation. Recommed to go through this Course for all Users.
3
Member's Profile
Good overview of ethics with practical ideas for implementation.
3
Member's Profile
The Wells Fargo case study was really informative.

Prerequisites

Course Complexity: Foundational
  • Prerequisite Education: None.
  • Prerequisite Experience: None.
  • Prerequisite Preparation:  None 

Education Provider Information

Company:
Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
Contact:
For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  8:38Introduction to the Ethical Organization
  7:07Ante-Up Culture
  11:48Changing Culture
  9:21Ethics Premium
  16:25Case Study
  6:46Conclusion
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  1:00:08The Ethical Organization
SUPPORTING MATERIALS
  PDFSlides: The Ethical Organization
  PDFThe Ethical Organization Glossary/Index
REVIEW AND TEST
  quizREVIEW QUESTIONS
 examFINAL EXAM