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Overview

As Employees represent a microcosm of our society performance standards must be clearly established that delineate expectations and consequences for the engagement and violation of trust, reliability and confidence. Turbulent times invite opportunities for a challenged workforce to make assumptions, justify convenient decisions and rationalize cutting corners and the need for reducing standards as long as they make goals, budgets and timelines.

The program emphasizes the need to avoid the possibility of inappropriate decisions, actions and relationships. Decisions made as expedient choices often are based on a lack of integrity or poor leadership.

Leaders, who cross the line of ethical expectations can create negative publicity to the company/organization and the individual, suffer the consequences of discipline and the possibility of criminal prosecution. Therefore, it is important that senior management not assume in stating and restating ethical rules of engagement and expected behavior in the workplace and when collaborating with employees, stakeholders and clients/customers.

This program will help attendees understand how ethics in leadership produces positive outcomes and trust worthy relationships.

Why you should Attend

Turbulent times invite misplaced opportunities for a challenged workforce to cut corners or rationalize the need for reducing standards in pursuit of goals, budgets and timelines. Inopportune personal decisions can result in negative attention to the company/organization, discipline to the employee and even criminal prosecution. 

It is important that companies/organizations do not assume in stating ethical rules of engagement and behavior in the workplace and when collaborating with stakeholders and clients/customers.

The derived value and benefits of ethics in leadership is that it helps to create personal and professional accountability that promotes a positive workplace culture and atmosphere, spirit de corps, high morale, clarity in performance, efficiency and accountability.

Areas Covered in the Session

  • Create a positive business relationship by one's personal and professional ethical interactions
  • Define one's reputation by leading by example
  • Clarifying assumptions based on compelling examples of unacceptable behavior and the undesired outcomes
  • How leader's lack of accountability, responsibility and commitment results in a breakdown in ethical leadership
  • Instill a workplace ethic and culture based on superior leadership
  • Insure a culture where employees perceive leadership as part of the solution through positive role modeling  

Who Will Benefit

  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Administrative Staff
  • Training

Speaker Profile

Felix P. Nater, CSC a Certified Security Consultant as awarded by the International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC) believes that workplace violence prevention requires an understanding and thinking that begins with having a robust, agile, proactive (RAP) process that serves as an early warning system in serving to avoid companies from being caught by surprise, unprepared or negligent.

With almost three decades of specialized experience & expertise acquired as a U.S. postal inspector and violence prevention and response security management consultant, Mr. Nater mentors leaders and trains workforces on how best to mitigate the threat of workplace violence through high-level advice; assistance in the development of multiple intervention strategies and implementation and design of policy, plans, and training solutions with manufacturing, processing, production firms, and other businesses.