Lead with Integrity Certification Course

Learn How to Teach and Coach Others to Lead with Integrity

Ethical stress can overwhelm even the most well-intentioned employee and potentially engulf entire companies in unethical behavior. Think Enron, WorldCom, and Lehman Brothers. Leaders, we want to help you teach your employees how to act ethically especially in tough situations. The Leading with Integrity program draws on the battle-tested insights pioneered in training ethical decision-making to the United States Marine Corps leaders at all levels.

Clarify, Activate, and Practice, Practice, Practice

The Ethics Innovation Certification Course teaches knowledge, tactics and techniques that redress the root causes of unethical behavior.

Designed and delivered by experts from the Robinson College of Business and the Ethics Innovation Group, each action-packed, two-day session uses the very latest scientific research from neurobiology and social psychology to teach the critical knowledge and skills for leading ethically. Complete both sessions and receive a Robinson College of Business Executive Education Certificate in Ethical Innovation.

You will learn how to teach and coach others to:

  • Escape the universal ethical traps and snares
  • Understand the definitions of morals, values, and ethics
  • Use verbal and physical skills to lead with integrity under extreme stress
  • Clarify and prioritize ethical values and negotiate relative moral values
  • Inspire their teams and employees to adhere to ethical values
  • Develop the courage and confidence to act ethically in all situations

The Leading with Integrity program is especially designed for...

  • Senior executives wanting to create an organizational culture of uncompromising ethics without sacrificing competitive advantage
  • High-potential managers who want to lead with integrity and coach their employees to do the same
  • HR and training professionals who want to learn how to best teach and train others to lead with integrity
  • Management consultants and leadership coaches who want to coach their clients on how to build a values-based mindset
  • High-performing teams who want to build trusted relationships that are personally and organizationally transformational

First Session (Phase I) Course Content

Scheduled for April 28-29, 2015 at the GSU Buckhead Center in Atlanta
  • Universal ethics—the basis for business, cooperation and human understanding
  • Verbal-physical skills for resolving ethical conflict
  • Forging the ethical leader identity
  • Developing a sustainment practice - there's an App for that
  • Cross-cultural and inter-generational strategies

Second Session (Phase II) Course Content

Scheduled for May 7-8, 2015 at the GSU Buckhead Center in Atlanta
  • Advanced verbal-physical skills for resolving ethical conflict
  • Ethics sparring: Getting Compliance, Cooperation and Collaboration from difficult people
  • Leading ethics in teams
  • Leading ethics in operations
  • Leading ethical culture and governance
  • Leading ethically in top teams

Course Leaders

Steve Olson Steven Olson, Ph.D (Co-Faculty Director)
GSU Robinson College of Business professor of innovation and the Director of the Center for Executive Leadership. Steve is a seven-time winner of the teacher of the year award. He specializes in adaptive leadership, business innovation, change management, creative problem-solving, and ethical decision-making.
Jack Hoban Jack Hoban, MBA (Co-Faculty Director)
Speaker, writer, and subject matter expert (SME) for the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Jack has led over 500 workshops around the world using his business and military experience as well as an extensive 30-year background in martial arts. He specializes in conflict resolution and negotiation strategies in numerous business areas.
Linda Di Santis Linda DiSantis, JD (Co-Faculty Director)
Linda is Executive-in-Residence at the Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, where she teaches ethics and governance leadership. The former City Attorney of Atlanta under Mayor Shirley Franklin, she is credited with restoring credibility and trust in Atlanta City government after the ethics scandals of the prior administration. She also served as in-house counsel at UPS, where she founded the ethics and compliance programs and as General Counsel of CARE, USA.

 

 

Dates:

Phase I: April 28-29, 2015 (Date Change!)
Phase II: May 7-8, 2015

0830-5pm each day

Location:

Robinson College of Business Buckhead Center
Tower Place 200
3348 Peachtree Rd. NE
Atlanta GA 30326

Directions:

http://robinson.gsu.edu/about/facilities/buckhead/

Cost:

Phase I: $595
Phase II: $595

Both Sessions $895

Early Bird Registration: 14 days prior to start date (5%)
Companies Sending a Team, Non-Profits, and Military (10%)
Past Program Participants (10%)
GSU Alumni and Students (25%)
GSU Full-Time Employees (50%)

Call For More Info:

404-413-7420
or email at ddickson3@gsu.edu

The Registration Process

You can access full program details and register online at http://gsu.kintera.org/ethicsinnovation

Disclaimer:

Program content and instructors may change slightly due to new developments in ethical decision-making education.

PDF Brochure:

Download a PDF brochure for this event.

 

Example of the Leading with Integrity Certificate
that you will receive at the end of the program

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