5 Steps to Creating an Ethical Work Culture—and Expertly Responding to Incidents

5 Steps to Creating an Ethical Work Culture—and Expertly Responding to Incidents



You get it. Being an ethical organization matters. A lot.

But ethics isn’t just a quarterly HR campaign or a glossy conduct guide; in order to really have a bottom-line business impact, organizational ethics must function as an integral pillar of company culture over time.

So, what are the best practices to make sure your organization is regularly thinking about ethics and including it in everyday decision making? What are some creative ways to bring focus to this vital but often overlooked function? And how can you most effectively deal with and investigate an incident or a breach when it occurs?

Join the Case IQ team and Sharlyn Lauby, author of the popular blog HR Bartender, for a lively discussion about ethics and culture.

Takeaways from this webinar include:

  • Why ethics should be promoted and not assumed at work
  • The business benefits of leading an ethical organization
  • 5 activities to create an awesome ethical culture
  • Tips for ongoing monitoring of ethics within the organization
  • How to respond to—and quickly resolve—an ethics breach

Webinar Presenter

Sharlyn Lauby SPHR, CPLP, and President at ITM Group

Sharlyn Lauby is president of ITM Group, a training and human resources consulting firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. During her 18 years in the profession, she has always seen human resources as the marketing department for a company’s internal clients. Prior to starting ITM Group, Sharlyn was vice president of human resources for one of the world’s largest organizational consulting firms. She has designed and implemented highly successful programs for employee retention, internal and external customer satisfaction, and leadership development.

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