European Institute of Management and Finance | Ethics and Professional Integrity Workshop
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Ethics and Professional Integrity Workshop

Ethics and Professional Integrity Workshop


“Knowledge without integrity is dangerous.” These immortal words of poet and author Samuel Johnson over 300 years ago were proven true after the recent global financial crisis in which Conduct Risk made a significant contribution to its occurrence.


The vast majority of people are inherently good and want to do the right thing. Nevertheless, everybody is confronted with situations that require conscious (or subconscious) ethical judgements that may compromise a person’s integrity. What each of us needs to navigate the maze of ethical challenges is a way of recognising an ethically compromising situation – and have recourse to a framework of understanding regarding options to consider before taking our next action.


In addition, knowing how to speak up to address difficult issues is one of the most important skills any professional can develop, in order to be an ethical culture builder.


This course will look into group behaviour and give guidance on being able to raise ethical issues in a constructive way.



Training Objectives


  • Using results of behavioural studies, gain a practical understanding of ethics an integrity
  • Ensure participants are able to champion ethics in their workplace
  • Provide a ‘safe forum’ for participants to discuss challenges to ethical behaviour and learn from each other’s experiences



Training Outline


  • Understanding people’s proclivities to being good and being bad
  • Understanding the elements of Conduct Risk (utilising the ABC Model, incorporating values & framing, and re-training our emotional drivers)
  • Knowing when the environment causes people to comply
  • Knowing the six situations when good people can find themselves doing bad things
  • Learning how to speak up



Training Style


Using a discursive approach to sharing key information, critical theory complemented by practical techniques will be conveyed to participants to be reinforced by mutual sharing and learning.



Who Should Attend


The programme is ideal for all professionals and individuals. It can be of a particular interest to those in any position of influence or authority who need to set an example.