CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR TAX & FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS

Ethics: Don't Be the Next News Story - Why the Rules Keep Getting Broken

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Credits
CPE Credits
6 Credits: Behavioral Ethics

Course Description

What do Wells Fargo, Boeing, Theranos, and Andrew Fastow have in common? They were all on the nightly news for the wrong reasons. Previously well-respected and yet they went headfirst down a slippery slope of poor ethical decisions – damaging reputations, careers, and profits. Why do smart people do stupid things? Pressures, biases, and blind spots!  If you are aware of the reasons the rules keep getting broken you can prevent employees from taking the first step down a very slippery slope.

Learning Objectives

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

  • Identify ways an ethical culture can breakdown
  • Recognize the importance of ethics and the effects of hidden biases and power
  • Determine ways to encourage ethical behavior
  • Recall a six-step process for creating an ethical culture

Course Specifics

Course ID
21CBarHarbor-LE20226904
Advanced Preparation

None

Compliance information

NASBA Provider Number: 103220

Course Instructor

Jennifer Elder Headshot
Jennifer Elder, CPA, CFF, CIA, CMA

Jennifer H. Elder, CPA, CMA, CIA, CFF, is the president and founder of The Sustainable CFO. She has a background in accounting and finance that spans more than 25 years. She has a Master of Science in Organizational Management and Leadership. Jennifer is also a faculty member at Antioch University New England in the Green MBA program. Jennifer has worked with organizations around the country ranging in size from 2 to 60 employees, from start-ups with $0 in revenue to mature organizations with $172 million in revenue, in a variety of industries, including real estate, construction and development, manufacturing and …

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Ethics: Don't Be the Next News Story - Why the Rules Keep Getting Broken

CPE CREDITS
6 Credits: Behavioral Ethics

$590.00

Availability: 31 in stock

Icon_Level
Credits
CPE Credits
6 Credits: Behavioral Ethics

Course Description

What do Wells Fargo, Boeing, Theranos, and Andrew Fastow have in common? They were all on the nightly news for the wrong reasons. Previously well-respected and yet they went headfirst down a slippery slope of poor ethical decisions – damaging reputations, careers, and profits. Why do smart people do stupid things? Pressures, biases, and blind spots!  If you are aware of the reasons the rules keep getting broken you can prevent employees from taking the first step down a very slippery slope.

Learning Objectives

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

  • Identify ways an ethical culture can breakdown
  • Recognize the importance of ethics and the effects of hidden biases and power
  • Determine ways to encourage ethical behavior
  • Recall a six-step process for creating an ethical culture

Course Specifics

Course ID
21CBarHarbor-LE20226904
Advanced Preparation

None

Compliance information

NASBA Provider Number: 103220

Course Instructor

Jennifer Elder Headshot
Jennifer Elder, CPA, CFF, CIA, CMA

Jennifer H. Elder, CPA, CMA, CIA, CFF, is the president and founder of The Sustainable CFO. She has a background in accounting and finance that spans more than 25 years. She has a Master of Science in Organizational Management and Leadership. Jennifer is also a faculty member at Antioch University New England in the Green MBA program. Jennifer has worked with organizations around the country ranging in size from 2 to 60 employees, from start-ups with $0 in revenue to mature organizations with $172 million in revenue, in a variety of industries, including real estate, construction and development, manufacturing and …

Jennifer Elder, CPA, CFF, CIA, CMA Read More »

Ethics: Don't Be the Next News Story - Why the Rules Keep Getting Broken

CPE CREDITS
6 Credits: Behavioral Ethics

What do Wells Fargo, Boeing, Theranos, and Andrew Fastow have in common? They were all on the nightly news for the wrong reasons. Previously well-respected and yet they went headfirst down a slippery slope of poor ethical decisions – damaging reputations, careers, and profits. Why do smart people do stupid things? Pressures, biases, and blind spots!  If you are aware of the reasons the rules keep getting broken you can prevent employees from taking the first step down a very slippery slope.

$590.00

Availability: 31 in stock