What behavioral ethics means for C&E programs

Yesterday I presented, at the eleventh annual C&E Institute of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, on implications of behavioral ethics for C&E programs.  Although only one of seven breakout sessions, attendance was very high – and I got a lot of good questions and comments from the floor.

For those interested in learning more, here are my PowerPoints:  SCCE 2012 C&E Institute What Behavioral Ethics Means For Ethics and Compliance – which, in addition to providing an overview of behavioral ethics, suggests  various specific ways in which behavioral ethics ideas and information can help improve C&E programs.  And, I’m sure that there are lots of other possibilities of this kind as well, and so hope that readers will feel free to add to this discussion.

One Comment
  1. Jason Lunday 6 years ago

    Great presentation, Jeff! Sorry I wasn’t there to hear the talk and the references to the many research studies. I’ll look forward to your continued exploration of this interesting area.

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