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Ethical Compliance Starts with Accountability

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Category Ethical Leadership; Ethics and Compliance; Leadership Training

Deadline: March 08, 2018 | Date: March 08, 2018

Venue/Country: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr,Aurora, Colora, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-02-12 13:40:25 (GMT+9)

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The purpose of this essential leadership skill webinar is to take the practice of ethics beyond theory and merge it with accountability. A leader always has a huge influence on whether employees behave in an accountable and ethical manner or they don’t.

Ethical conduct is paramount to cooperation, synergy, freedom, and peace. Trust only exists when ethical conduct is built upon a foundation of accountability.

Without accountability, there will be no ethical standards.

Without ethical standards, there will be no integrity.

Without integrity, there will be no ethical leadership.

Without ethical leadership, there will be no accountability.

If employees do not practice accountability daily, any effort to instil high ethical standards is wasted. This webinar explores the critical symbiotic relationship between ethical and accountable behaviors. This session provides the leaders of an established or new organization with a plan for enhancing the ethical conduct of every employee.


Are you worried about any of these occurring in your organization:

Undetectable illegal or unethical acts?

Lack of professionalism shown by individuals on the leadership team?

Employees playing the blame game?

Employees who fail to live up to their own commitments?

Are you a director, business owner, or an officer who faces issues such as:

An influential employee who will not follow policy?

People playing budget games such as padding or conducting blue bird sales forecasting?

A culture where employees get away with doing the minimum to retain their job?

Are you a member of a board of directors who is concerned about insufficient attention from management on ensuring that all employees are committed to acting ethically?

If you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions, then you must attend this webinar to discover the relationship between ethical conduct and accountable behaviors.


By the end of this interactive webcast, the participant will be able to:

Explain why accountability is crucial to ethical conduct.

Apply specific tactics to strengthen accountability.

Instil accountability as the basis for setting high standards and expectations that an ethical culture requires.

Define the key role each leader plays in building an organization and team that enjoys a reputation for integrity.


This leading-edge program provides the firm’s key decision makers with a firm-wide plan that enhances firm integrity by encouraging and rewarding the practice of professional behaviors by every employee. We will explore the deep facets of accountability, including how to build it and how to reward it. Until the organization’s leaders develop clear and well-communicated expectation for professional behaviors from EVERY EMPLOYEE, the support for and practice of ethics will never improve.

Participants will leave with a clear understanding of why a reputation for squeaky-clean ethics rests solely on a high level of accountability.


Any executive or leader who is responsible for building a corporate culture that fosters ethical conduct in each employee. Those responsible include:

CEOs and COOs

Senior managers

CFOs and Controllers

Members of a Board of Directors

Internal Auditors

Business owners

Directors and senior managers of a not-for-profit or NGO

Business Professionals


Ron Rael, is a leadership consultant, professional facilitator, and coach to leadership teams. He has provided hands-on guidance to both experienced and emerging leaders since 1988. Ron’s extensive wisdom and practical solutions, contained in his 19 books and nearly 50 webinars, provide both strategies and tactics for organizational success. He has trained and coached over 14,000 leaders and business professionals throughout the United States and Canada. Ron is renowned for his original, enjoyable approach to learning. He develops caring, courageous, and compelling High Road® leaders worldwide.

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Ticket Price:

Live Webinar : $159

Recorded Webinar : $199

Training DVD or USB Flash Drive : $379

Super Combo Offer 1 : $289

Super Combo Offer 2 : $429

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