Managing for Integrity

Essentials of Ethical Leadership

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A good leader can recover from almost any mistake. One exception is a blatant lack of integrity! Restoring a reputation damaged from lies and deceit is nearly impossible, and you don’t have to be a senior-level executive for your character to be questioned or disgraced. Everyone in an organization has a responsibility to follow policy, act ethically, and protect organizational assets and reputation. However, supervisors set the example. Employees look to leadership for guidance, and nothing is more important than modelling correct behavior. Managing for Integrity drives home critical topics supervisors need to know in order to cultivate an environment of integrity, honesty, trust and respect.


Here’s a sample of what you’ll learn:

  • Understanding managerial responsibility for ethical behavior
  • Decision-making techniques when facing workplace dilemmas
  • Ask the right questions for tough situations
  • Everyone else is doing it! Determine what actions are ethical
This course qualifies for .6 CEU credits. Learn more about on-site training