GOVERNING BOARD ETHICS
This education series addresses the individual and group ethics of for-profit and non-profit governing boards. Each mini-module helps boards start self-directed conversations about key areas of governance and common board dysfunctions. Embed into regular board meetings, include in on boarding for new members, or pari with the annual signing of important documents.
Each tool takes less than 30 minutes to administer. Facilitator notes are provided to help guide discussion.
elevate ethics workshops
Elevate Ethics is comprised of nine ethics workshops from which an organization or association can pick one or more and have customized to their specific interests. When delivered as a series of four, they become our Elevate Ethics Academy. Workshops enhance ethical awareness, decision-making, communications, and leadership, as well as provide new tools to build problem solving skills, enliven organizational ethics, and rebalance moral intent. Elevate Ethics can be facilitated by Alliance staff or be train-the-trainer.
Our consulting helps organizations assess, bolster, reinvigorate, and even establish an ethics program tailored to a company’s culture and needs. Interweaving positive adherence to the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for due diligence, we counsel businesses on particular areas of ethical concern, offering solutions, avenues for follow up, and recommendations for proactive and preventative ethics maintenance.
From our Ethinary to our Compliment Cards, our Ethics Tools help you infuse positive, practical business ethics into your organization. These fun and engaging tools will help your employees keeps ethics front-of-mind.
The Business Ethics Alliance’s vision is that Greater Omaha will be a beacon for business ethics excellence for cities around the world. In order to achieve this vision, it is our strong belief that all people should be treated with respect and dignity.
The Alliance does not discriminate in the delivery of our products and services or community programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, veteran status, or any other classification prohibited by law.
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