Do your Employees Know What to Do To Maintain Ethics in your Organization?
Business leaders face increasing political, media, and social pressure to behave in a manner that’s ethically appropriate.
Unfortunately, ethics training often stops at top management when it should be provided to every level of employee working within an organization.
Train your Employees to Work Ethically
Created for ease of scheduling and learning, Robert Zafft has taken the knowledge and real-world examples from his book, The Right Way to Win, and put together an online training that will help your employees making ethical decisions in every facet of their jobs.
- Making defensible ethical decisions, building consensus, and countering reputational adversaries
- Implementing and sustaining ethical decisions throughout and organization by driving individual accountability
- Navigating crises and cutting-edge issues where the risk of reputational damage is high
Participants of this online course will receive a certificate for their HR file, providing proof that your organization takes ethical concerns seriously and trains all employees to behave properly.
Robert Zafft’s introduction to business ethics came during Russia’s wild 1990s, when bankers were getting blown up on Main Street at rush hour. A Harvard Law graduate, Zafft has worked as a McKinsey & Company consultant, global-law-firm partner, private-equity Principal, and public-policy expert. He has advised governments, international organizations, and Fortune Global 500 companies across North America, Europe, and Asia. He teaches business ethics at Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis.
We engaged in international team [including Robert Zafft] in development of this draft law, and in this regard, they provided us with truly very great assistance in synthesizing international experience and analyzing Kazakhstani legislation in this sphere,
— Berik Imashev, Minister of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan,
in a speech to Parliament.
“Creative, practical, and engaging!”
Robert’s ‘Saga of the St. Louis Thread Company’ attracted an overflow crowd. He delivered a two-hour ethics CLE presentation that was creative, practical, and engaging.
— David Lander, Professor of Practice,
St. Louis University School of Law
“Who says ethics is boring?”
Zafft’s book grabs you from the start, reads like a novel, and is totally real.
— Yuen Teen MAK, Associate Professor,
National University of Singapore
“Zafft persuasively links how a business behaves with how it performs.”
His real-world perspective and light, conversational style [are]…insightful and entertaining.
— John M. Howell, Vice President,
CX & Marketing at Centene Corporation
“The Right Way to Win provides”
...what might be the first managerial guidebook for executives seeking to make ethical business decisions
— Ed Zajac,
James F. Beré Professor of Management and Organizations, Kellogg School of Management
“The Right Way to Win delivers great substance that's user friendly.”
Online training/certification tools make it ideal for companies of all sizes.
— Melissa Di Donato, CEO,
“We’ll have Robert work on that, right?”
— Tony Blair, former British Prime Minister
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