April 7: Practicing Ethics at the Workplace: Good Times or Bad, We All Need to Practice It!

March 6, 2017, by David Brockmeyer, Senior University Training Specialist, HR Services Center for Learning & Professional Development, via email

What. Practicing Ethics at the Workplace. Open to all NMSU employees.

Who. Dr. Yu-Feng (Winnie) Lee, Assc. Professor in Economics and International Business, and Assist. Dir., Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at NMSU.

When. April 7, 2017: 9:00-10:30am

Where. Corbett Center Student Union, Doña Ana Room 312

Join us as Dr. Yu-Feng (Winnie) Lee presents Practicing Ethics at the Workplace: Good Times or Bad, We All Need to Practice It! There is no cost for the training and it’s open to all employees.

Practicing ethics at the workplace is important, especially during changing times and when management changes. An institutional culture nurtured in ethics most definitely enhances trust-building among employees. It helps by increasing and safeguarding workers’ commitments, cooperation, and integrity, as well as enhancing productivity and the collective achievement of organizational goals.

Participants will learn the fundamental concepts of ethics, commonly adopted ethical codes and conducts, and will be guided to assess different ethical practices and/or dilemmas commonly found at the workplace.

Through reflection and sharing moral-dilemma experiences and encounters, participants will recommend possible ethical actions to improve work, cope, and to adjust properly with changes.

The Leaders’ role in an organization with ethical practices will also be addressed.

Register Here

Seating is limited, so please register early.

For more information or assistance registering, please contact the Center for Learning & Professional by phone at 575-646-7444 or by email at training@nmsu.edu.

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