When goals, motivations, and worlds collide, people can be uncivil to each other. Employees experience emotional exhaustion, health problems, disengagement from job functions, depression, and anxiety. Increased conflict, grievances and legal risks result, putting the future of the organization at risk.
Managers, being human, can unwittingly be pulled toward incivility and unethical statements or comments. Attend this webinar and learn how to be an ethical leader that respects the unique differences of employees. You’ll learn how civility is tied to respect and how civility and respect can increase engagement.
Since there is no “moral cookbook” for ethical leadership, the webinar explores how moral leaders teach and mentor through words and actions in order to combat incivility and establish a culture of acceptance and tolerance.
Why you should Attend:
Ethics is the code of conduct or behaviors governing an individual or a group. The code of conduct includes ideas, beliefs, or standards that characterizes the group. In this webinar, we explore ethical leadership models and the principles of self-identity, social circles, and human spirit. Each entity plays a role in putting in place your personal moral “recipe” for how you interact and communicate with employees.
An ethical leader models civil behaviors for employees and ensures that the EEOC laws that prohibit discrimination are alive and enforced. An ethical leader will reinforce key civility and ethical key messages on a regular basis throughout the entire organization.
In every organization there are explicit actions and rules that are spelled out in policies and procedures, yet the implicit culture of the organization permits behaviors that don’t break the rules but are in opposition to the spirit of civility and ethical treatment.
This webinar reminds you of the requirements for ethical behavior and civility to be commonplace is your organization. You learn how to be an ethical leader who:
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Has an established reputation of honesty and fairness
- Consistently upholds a set of ethical principles
- Instills in others that ethics and values are important to organizational operations
Who Will Benefit:
- Establish a reputation for honesty and fairness
- Show empathy
- Demonstrate your commitment to a set of principles
- Treat all employees as unique and valuable individuals
- Communicate authentically and honestly
- Hold individuals accountable
- Establish uncivil actions that are not tolerated in the organization
- Help the organization respond to ethical challenges
- Mediate when employees disagree
- Use emotional intelligence when discussions get heated
- Help employees understand why disagreements occur
- Guide the entire organization toward attainment of common goals
- Senior Vice President
- Vice President
- Executive Director
- Managing Director
- Regional Vice President
- Area Supervisor
- Team Leads
Karla Brandau is a thought leader in management and team building techniques. She trains managers to improve their relationship with the employees to earn their gift of discretionary effort. She specializes in personalities, communication skills, leadership principles.
She is the CEO of Workplace Power Institute and has educated mangers with her proven leadership principles in companies such as Motorola, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Panasonic, and BYD America.
She has a degree in education and is a Certified Speaking Professional, an earned designation given by National Speakers Association.
Karla’s book, How to Earn the Gift of Discretionary Effort, teaches managers how to be the leader people CHOOSE to follow, not have to follow because of their position on the organizational chart.