This program is not available for credit.
Can you afford to hire or promote a single dishonest employee? What steps are you taking to ensure that only high-character people work for your organization? Dr. Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy and CEO of the Institute for High-Character Leadership, will show you how to bring only honest, accountable people on board—and why you cannot overlook this crucial aspect of hiring and promotion. This webinar may be taken alone but works best with the companion webinar, "Part 2: Hiring Hire-Character Employees."
*Explain why honesty, accountability, care, courage and fairness are five of ten crucial qualities of high-character leadership
*Share stories about how high-character employees benefitted themselves and their organizations
*Take steps toward evaluating the character of job applicants and current employees
|Hiring High-Character Employees - Part 1 slides|
Through his practical, engaging and entertaining presentations on high-character leadership, Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy®, inspires company leaders to do the right thing every time. "High-character leadership is the key to financial success in business," Bruce says.
He is the CEO of the Institute for High-Character Leadership and writes the weekly Forbes online column, Profiles in High-Character Leadership.
Bruce does a recurring ethics segment on the top-rated morning news program in New York City, and he has discussed high-character leadership in business on CNN, NBC’s Today, ABC’s Good Morning America, CNBC’s Fast Money and Power Lunch, Fox Business's Cavuto and Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends.
Société Generale, CRH, Marathon Petroleum Corporation, All State Insurance, Astellas Pharma, the Mechanical Contractors Association of America, The Home Depot, Northrop Grumman, the National Football League, and the South Carolina National Guard have been among Bruce’s many clients.
Bruce received his B.A. in philosophy from Swarthmore College and an M.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy with a concentration in bioethics from Georgetown University and the Kennedy Institute of Ethics. The W. K. Kellogg Foundation in Battle Creek, Michigan awarded Bruce a National Fellowship in leadership development.
He lives in New York City with his wife Kristen Bancroft, who is a compliance professional in the financial services industry and was a contestant on Jeopardy. Bruce maintains the website, TheEthicsGuy.com.
HR managers, employees and others who want to maintain a strong ethical culture and enhance financial success through high-character leadership
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