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Applied Synergistics International

8100 East Camelback Road

Suite 43

Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

(480) 607-6850

BUILDING A CULTURE OF ETHICS

Does your organization’s climate promote ethical business decisions or does it encourage employees to embrace unethical practices?  The answer may surprise you.

Our groundbreaking program allows individuals and their organizations to measure human behavior and explicitly define corporate ethical standards. When managers can look at reliable and valid feedback that clearly illustrates how the organization is behaving, pinpoint key strengths and development needs and see detailed steps for development and improvement, then very real improvement can take place.

Workshop participants complete the Corporate Ethics Audit* (CEA) prior to attending the workshop. Using a two-step survey process, the CEA measures the real norms and standards of conduct that operate in organizations.

The Ethical Decision Challenge™

This program also introduces the Ethical Decision Challenge, a team exercise developed to provide participants with an opportunity to practice their skills in both ethical analysis and in group decision-making.

Learn To:

  • Evaluate the impact of organizational change efforts

  • Provide direction for organizational change and development

  • Assess ethical standards of the organization

  • Identify and transfer the culture and standards of high-performance units

  • Enhance system reliability and quality

  • Enhance managers’ understanding of culture and ethical standards

  • Facilitate strategic, structural and technological change

  • Integrate organizational sub-units

  • Manage diversity

 

* The CEA meets the standards for measurement as established by the American Psychological Association, the American Educational Research Association and others.

 

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