Is Your Code of Conduct Shaping Your Organization’s Culture and Influencing Employee Behavior?

A company’s code of conduct should help employees internalize the organization's ethical principles so that they are likely to influence everyday decisions. The goal is to provide a clear compass and build strong accountability around the organization's ethical principles to reduce risk and help employees address ethical dilemmas competently.

Doing the right thing can be difficult despite people's best intentions; approaching ethical risk in a way that takes into account decision-making biases and self-interested motives is a critical step in mitigating risk.

Dr. Catarina Bulgarella and Rebecca Turco, SVP Learning & Content, share insights on how a values-based approach to your ethics and compliance training program and code of conduct courses can shape your organization's culture.

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