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Behavioral Ethics Training for Managers


4/8/19: A post on the Conflict of Interest Blog entitled “Behavioral Ethics Training for Managers” references an article published in the Harvard Business Review about “… everyday unethical behavior.”  According to the referenced article, “Numerous studies have documented the prevalence of practices such as stealing office supplies, inflating business expenditures reports, and engaging in behaviors that raise conflicts of interest.

While these may sound negligible, these violations reduce trust over time and alter prevailing business and legal norms.”  The post then focuses on how conflict of interest training can be expanded at companies with existing programs to increase awareness among employees about “everyday unethical behavior.” 

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Behavioral Ethics Training for Managers

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