Focus & Features

As employees progress in their leadership journey, they will be assuming roles and positions with the power to influence both individuals that they have been entrusted to grow and nurture as well as the organization and its related human, financial and technology resources that they have to manage.


At any point in their career, they will be faced with cross-roads to make the most difficult decisions where those decisions impact their personal core values of honesty and integrity and behave in ways that uphold the highest ethical standards expected from leaders.


What will help leaders make the most appropriate ethical decisions and what are the ethical leadership practices that underpin effective leadership? What are the ethical leadership practices that derail leaders from being recognized as effective leaders? What is the impact of ethical leadership practices on team effectiveness and the company's overall organizational culture?


The program, "ETHICS: The Foundation of Effective Leadership", intends to enable leaders to demonstrate strong ethical leadership practices regardless of what level or position they occupy within the organization on the assumption that leadership is not a monopoly of individuals at the top or most senior positions but that leadership can be demonstrated at various levels of the organization, including the most junior member of a working team. Participants of the program will gain a better understanding of the personal characteristics that mirror the personal characteristics of ethical leaders and how effective or ineffective ethical leadership practices affect the leaders and their teams.

Program Objectives

  • At the end of the one-day workshop, the participants would be able to:
  • Define the Leadership Ethics
  • Learn and practice a professional Ethics Leadership Process that enables them to effectively handle situations requiring Ethical Leadership decision
  • Identify key Ethical Leadership Practices of Effective Leaders
  • Identify key Ethical Leadership practice derailers that inhibit leaders from being recognized as effective leaders
  • View an example of how ethical leadership practices can be evaluated


What You Will Learn

I. Leadership Competencies of Effective Leaders" and "Ethics

II. A Shared Language for Ethics

III. Ethics Practice Exercise

IV. Ethical Leadership Process-in-Action

V. Leadership Practices of Ethical Leaders"

VI. Ethical Inhibitors that Derail Leaders

VII. Identify Behavioral Characteristics of Ethical Leaders

VIII. Sample of a 360 Degree Individual Leadership Competency Assessment Report which includes

assessment on Ethical Leadership Practice



Who Should Attend

This seminar is intended for all Leaders regardless of what level or position you occupy.

Location

St. Giles Hotel, Makati Avenue corner Kalayaan Avenue Makati City Philippines
Makati Avenue corner Kalayaan Avenue
Makati City, Philippines

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Contact us

For additional event or venue information, please email training@iia-p.orgYou can also reach us at +63 9409551