A trainer's personal ethics will determine his/her reputation. Good personal ethics are essential to promoting professionalism. By working within the parameters of an ethical paradigm, you – the trainer – will be better equipped to nurture the minds of your trainees as you demonstrate a firm sense of integrity and resilience in challenging situations. This will not only increase your productivity but also your profitability. Developing a personal Ethics programme takes time and effort, but doing so will improve more than your training business; it will change lives.
An individual's ethics will have a far reaching influence on all who interact with him/her. This includes trainees, employees, suppliers, competitors, etc. All of these groups will have an effect on the way a trainer's ethics are developed. It is a two-way street; the influence goes both ways, which makes understanding ethics a very important part of doing business today. According to Robert Noyce, "If ethics is poor at the top, that behaviour is copied down through the organisation." In our current era of instant information dissemination, it is even more important for organisations and personnel to maintain and communicate clear ethical standards.
By the end of the workshop you will be able to
- Define and understand ethics.
- Understand the benefits of ethics.
- Hallmark of the ethical trainer
- Create strategies to implement ethics in training and development
- Recognise social and personal responsibility.
- Identify ethical and unethical behaviour.
- Learn how to make ethical decisions and lead with integrity.
What you will cover in this action oriented one-day workshop
- What is ethics?
- Difference between good and bad ethics
- Ten benefits of Managing ethics
- Case study on an ethical dilemma and how to handle this
- Implementing and guideline for managing ethics in training and development
- Understanding and appreciating employer and employee rights
- Handling conflicting social and business responsibilities
- How to make ethical decisions
- Learning how to balance personal and organisational ethics
- Embracing ethical behaviour in training and development
- How to ensure ethical behaviour
- Recognising, identifying, addressing and intervening in unethical behaviour
- How to develop a workable Code of Ethics in training and development
Who should attend?
WSH Professionals, Managers, Advisors and Trainers.
This is a highly interactive workshop with mini lectures, role-plays and vibrant group discussions. Trainers will learn about effective tools and strategies to ensure that they can always achieve high ethical standards in their training and development.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Participation at the end of the workshop.
Daniel Theyagu is an ACTA-certified corporate trainer and performance evaluator since 1989 and has conducted training for more than 500 organisations with his participants coming from more than 100 countries. He has designed and delivered customise training programs in areas of conflict resolution, negotiation skills, crisis management, leadership, performance management, emotional intelligence, creative thinking, critical thinking, systems thinking, business and personal ethics, speed reading, memory enhancement. Daniel is the author of five books and has written more than 300 articles that have been published in Straits Times and other magazines and journals. Many of his articles are also found at: http://ezinearticles.com/expert/Daniel_Theyagu/
Daniel also regularly conduct radio talk shows with 938 Live [Singapore] and his workshops are featured regularly in the newspapers that attracts wide variety of participants.
Daniel is also the Course Chair for Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibilities with Singapore University of Social Sciences. In this capacity he lectures as well as oversees the syllabi delivery for the ethics programs for adult learners with a focus on industrial application of this concept.
As a keynote speaker in conferences and seminars, Daniel is well known for his light-hearted and humorous approach to training by using metaphors and parables and engaging his participants actively throughout his training program. His key forte showing participants how to put to use the techniques taught during the workshop and measuring the returns on investment.