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What we call what we do affects whether our fellow employees embrace ethical efforts.In this workshop, we will explore the impact of various labels used to communicate about ethics initiatives.
If you ask employees if they are "ethical" and "know how to do the right thing," you will receive a resounding "Yes" 100% of the time.
As result of this dangerously high ethical self-esteem, we all know that ethics can go unnoticed until there's a violation or dilemma.
By the end of the workshop, each participant will have analyzed an outside activity request, will know the universe of authorities that might apply, and will be far less likely to err by omission in their advice and counseling on outside activities.
Ethics officials are continually looking for ways to engage employees and help raise awareness of their ethical responsibilities.
The panelists will discuss the most common ethics implications of details in detail(! It is incorporated in our Oath of Office and is quite simply a baseline expectation of the notion that public office is a public trust.