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Introduction
Why should organisations be concerned about their ethical culture?
Definitions
Perception versus behaviour
How the survey was conducted by the ICAC - Methodology
Sampling
Data collection
Analysis
Summary of results
1. Behaviour of leaders
1.1.Perceptions about leaders’ behaviour
1.2.Leaders communicating about and encouraging honest behaviour
1.3.Closed and open leadership styles
1.4.Trust of leaders
Summary and suggested action for leaders
2. Features of the organisation
2.1.Knowledge of values and codes
2.2.Internal reporting of wrongdoing
2.3.The work environment
2.4.Co-worker behaviour
2.5.Workplace relationships
Conclusion
What do leaders need to do to build and nurture an ethical culture?
Is your organisation interested in conducting the Ethical Culture Survey?
Ethical Culture Survey Kit
References
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What is an Ethical Culture - Key Issues to Consider in Building an Ethical ion - Summary Report

What is an Ethical Culture - Key Issues to Consider in Building an Ethical ion - Summary Report

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