Decision Making and Ethics

  • Making Quality Decisions

  • Achieving Ethical Consistency

  • Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls

  •  Decisions at the Correct Level

  • Decision Input


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Often described as natural or intuitive, Decision Making and Ethics are important leadership traits and skills. This program will guide participants through a series of triage work to determine the level of decision being made, the potential consequences of the decision and when to seek collaboration and when to make the decision as a leader. Additionally, the program looks at the pitfalls of delegating decision making upwardly and the appearance of indecisiveness with decision opportunities. The balance between the right amount of information, being rash and making a decision are also covered in detail. The final element of this section of the program will be to develop decision making systems that eliminate bottlenecks and greatly reduce micromanagement.

Decision Making and Ethics will assist participants in understanding the complex and often confusing nature of ethical behavior at work. The primary focus is to develop and use skills to identify ethical dilemmas, provide guidance to the correct, and ethical, course of action and to develop heightened sense of ethical values.

A core piece of Decision Making and Ethics is to contrast the difference between personal morality and organizational ethics. This competency will reduce some of the conflicts associated with misperceptions about ethics and aid participants in judging ethical behavior more accurately. Using a three tiered approach for ethical judgment is introduced and used as the baseline decision architecture for ethical behavior.

Key Learning Elements:

Decision Making Levels

Decision Confidence and Analysis

Unintended Consequences

Ethical Congruence

Ethical Behavior and Challenges

Cognitive Learning

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In-Person Facilitated Version (Please Contact Us for Details):

  • 3 to 6 Hour Facilitator Guided Learning
  • Certified Facilitators
  • Program Guide
  • Completion Certificate
  • All Follow-Up Tools
  • Attendance Tracking and Reporting
  • Continuing Educating Unit Availability

On-Line Program:

  • Self-Paced Online Learning with Video, Reading, Activities and Audio Content
  • 2 to 3 Hours of Total Content
  • Program Guide (Downloadable)
  • Completion Certificate
  • Continuing Education Unit Availability

Decision Making and Ethics is best used with:

  • Emerging Leaders
  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Directors
  • Executives
  • Business Owners
  • Line Level Team Members

Leadership is not inherited.  Leadership is not dependent on title.  Leadership genes have not been discovered and are not passed from generation to generation.

Leadership is a set of learned competencies, that when mastered, create great synergy between team members and the leader and drive significantly higher results for any organization.  Anyone can learn leadership and anyone can become a leader. The baseline concept for leadership is a people focus.

People are led and processes are managed.  Outstanding leaders are people focused.  This is a non-negotiable reality.

The research and work for the competencies associated with leadership and management began in 1992. The results were first published, based on a limited sampling size, in 1993. The data and conclusions were again published and revalidated in 1996, 2003, 2010 and 2014.

Although discouraged on several occasions, the work used both quantitative and qualitative methods. The qualitative research related to the grouping and clustering of skills into competencies and competency groups. Simply stated, clarity is a skill in the competency of communication. Leadership then becomes a cluster of ten competencies.

The original sampling size was a little over 1,000 respondents with 700 being noted as successful leaders and 300 being failed leaders. The current database has 11,616 respondents with approximately the same ratio of success to failure.

The Process for Online Learning:

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  • Free Follow-Up Tools


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