Mastering Your Ethical Intelligence

Mastering Your Ethical Intelligence
Executive Finance is hands-on, experiential-based thought leadership lab for financial professionals. ?Executive Finance curates the best ideas they can find, then tests these ideas with companies to develop tools, methodologies, and executive development courses. ?Their partners work in finance as executives, corporate directors, educators, speakers, and authors – many times simultaneously, which makes for rich content and stories. In general, Executive Finance’s on-demand courses focus on developing financial professionals to become financial executives; they also offer courses for newer financial professionals in areas such as ethics, financial analysis, and corporate finance.


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Is ethical behavior an inherent trait of your nature or is it a behavior that can be nurtured? This course will raise your awareness of ethical situations that are around you today that you aren't even thinking about and help you respond with intention. This course will change the way you make decisions and take actions. We will illustrate with numerous case studies that in the absence of ethical intelligence, otherwise good people are highly susceptible to making poor judgments. If that is still not enough to consider this for enrollment, how about this - ethical intelligence has been proven to improve corporate performance!

OBJECTIVES: 

  • Describe the state of ethics in the world today and recognize that it’s a far larger issue than most of us consider on a daily basis.
  • Recognize that ethical intelligence is both a function of the brain and a competency that can be developed throughout one’s professional career. 
  • Identify the different types of means and ends rationalizations we tell ourselves to justify our decisions, actions, and behaviors. 
  • Apply an ethical decision-making framework to ethical situations to reach optimal solutions. 
  • Recognize situations that unwittingly cause us to set aside our morals. 
    Assess the strength of ethics and the corporate culture of the organization. 
  • Describe the value proposition ethics has in creating competitive advantage in the organization. 
  • Identify the elements of high performance corporate cultures of any organization

Course Leader/s
Blair Cook, CPA, CA, CPA (ill), MBA
Jennifer Nicholson, CPA, CA 

CPD- 4 hours 

When
4/1/2022 - 3/31/2023 11:59 PM
Where
On-demand