Integrity is the practice of being honest and showing a consistent and uncompromising adherence to strong moral and ethical principles and values. In ethics, integrity is regarded as the honesty and truthfulness or accuracy of one’s actions.
“Ethics” are principles that guide behaviour, while “integrity” suggests that we should carry out ethical principles in our daily lives and activities, rather than espousing an ideal and then doing something contradictory.
By prioritizing integrity and ethics in the workplace, organizations create an environment where employees feel valued, respected, and motivated to contribute to the success of the company. This, in turn, contributes to long-term sustainability and positive relationships with stakeholders.
This workshop is suitable for all levels from non-executive, executive and managers.
In this one-day workshop, the participants would engage in exercises on integrity and ethics, thus instead of a lecture or class session, it would be a self-learning journey of discovery of unlearning and relearning the concepts of integrity and ethics.
The participants will define integrity and ethics, appropriate to their working environment and will be encouraged to discuss how to implement it in their workplace.
To ensure that it’s conducted in a cordial, positive manner, the coach or trainer would set the game rules on use of positive language and tone to ensure that the workshop is set in a fun, congenial manner.
The participants would view their workplace in a positive light and understand the concept of integrity and ethics.
- What integrity at work looks like?
- Define clear values of the organisation
- List of ethical values
- Written Code of Conduct
- Whistleblower Protection Act
- Conflict of Interest Policies
- Ways to foster integrity at work
- Leadership by example
- Ethics Training and Workshop
- Ethics Committee
- Promote Ethical Decision Making
- Case study presentation of corporations with Group presentation on integrity and ethics