Training: Ethics in the Workplace – December 2, 2015

Ethics in the Workplace

Dec. 2 | 1–2:50 p.m. CT | 2 CPEs

(This training webinar is FREE to all.)

Being ethical and understanding ethics and ethical principles is of growing importance in today’s workplace, in both the public and private sectors.

We will discuss various ethical situations that arise as well as the risks and rewards of being ethical. We will talk about the appropriate actions to take and the correct methods to use.

This webinar will cover the approaches to ethical challenges in the workplace. We’ll discuss policies, procedures and the methods to handle situations and ethical challenges that we encounter. This webinar will be interactive and practical—no theory. Participants will be able to ask questions throughout the webinar.

Speaker:

  • Leon Young, Consultant and Educator, Leon Young Seminars

    ​Learning Objective: To understand the ethical issues in the workplace and to be capable to handle them objectively. To be able to differentiate between facts and rumors and to recognize real ethical issues. To be aware of the risk-taking component of being ethical.
    Program Level: Overview
    Prerequisite: None
    Advance Preparation: None required
    Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics

    CPE Information

    This webinar offers two (2) CPE hours for participants who attend the entire training.  Site coordinators will receive an email confirmation one day before the start of the training that will contain the PIN code and instructions for participants to verify and retrieve their certificates.

    Location

    WHEDA Building, 201 W Washington

    Cost

    Free to all attendees

    Registration

    Register below or by contacting Sherri Voigt at sherri2.voigt@dot.wi.gov or sherriv@live.com by 11 a.m. Monday, November 30