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Overview
Regulatory Ethics
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Course Description

This lively, entertaining presentation will help professionals develop, inspire, and maintain an ethical culture in their organizations. Your instructor, Jeff Lanza, is a retired FBI agent who served as chief of internal security for the FBI's Kansas City region. While chronicling failures of integrity from the cubicle to the corner office, Jeff provides a positive framework for hiring employees with high ethical standards and creating an environment that helps ensure that company personnel maintain their moral compass. He uses real FBI case examples to help the audience understand the root causes of unethical behavior and to facilitate the achievement of corporate goals at all levels with the employee's morality and integrity intact.



Instructor

Jeff Lanza

Jeff Lanza was an FBI special agent for over 20 years. He investigated corruption, fraud, organized crime, cybercrime, human trafficking, and terrorism. Jeff has lectured at Princeton University and as a “distinguished lecturer” at Missouri State University. He appears regularly on Fox News and CNBC, and he appeared on such national programs as TODAY, Good Morning America, Dateline, and NPR’s Marketplace.

Jeff is passionate about keeping people and organizations safe from risk and has presented to thousands around the globe. His latest book, Pistols to Press, has received critical acclaim from national media figures. In addition, Jeff has authored speeches for FBI executives and has been published in the Kansas City Star, Ingram’s magazine, and on the FBI national website.

Jeff is a professional speaker who has provided over a thousand presentations on leadership integrity, crisis communication, ethics, identity theft, cybercrime, and more. His clients include 20th Century Fox, Morgan Stanley, Nationwide, Citigroup, the Young Presidents’ Organization, American Century Investments, Hallmark, H&R Block, Wells Fargo, and others. Jeff produces fraud and ethics webcasts for Western CPE.

Jeff was head of operations security for the Kansas City FBI and a graduate of the world-renowned John E. Reid School of Interviewing and Interrogation. He is a certified FBI instructor and has trained numerous government agencies and corporate clients. Jeff has an undergraduate degree in criminal justice from the University of New Haven (Connecticut) and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas.

Jeff consulted for Academy Award winning director Ang Lee during the production of Ride with the Devil, and he has provided regular consulting services for television and movie production in Hollywood at Steele Films and Granfalloon Productions. Jeff was a major contributor and appeared on camera in a recent episode of the History Channel’s America’s Book of Secrets. He will be featured in the upcoming companion documentary to the major theatrical release Runner Runner, which stars Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake.



Course Specifics

Regulatory Ethics
Jan 5, 2015
None
WC14151840
None


Compliance Information

103220
IRS Provider #: 0MYXB
IRS Course ID: 0MYXB-E-00788-15-O
Qualifies for CA Fraud: No


Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize and help impede the effect of four factors that lead to unethical behavior
  • Prevent unethical behavior through recognition of early warning signs in the life cycle of lost integrity
  • Foster a culture of personal and corporate integrity by helping employees make ethical decisions in difficult and ambiguous situations
  • Facilitate the affirmation of ethical leadership in all corporate roles through a renewed sense of accountability, truthfulness, a commitment to priorities, and a well-defined mission


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