Influencing Ethical Decision Making

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Whether you are in human resources, corporate security, ethics and compliance or any management position, getting people to make ethical decisions is an important part of your job. Your organization’s performance and reputation depends on it. It’s up to leaders to set the tone so that ethics becomes ingrained in the company culture, but many of us don’t really understand what influences our decision making and how we can encourage ourselves and others to act ethically.

Watch Judy Young, Executive Director, Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership, as she discusses the importance of ethical leadership and how individuals can influence ethical behavior in themselves and others.


Includes:
  • Challenging others’ thoughts and feelings about ethical dilemmas
  • Determining what influences others’ decisions when faced with an ethical dilemma
  • Exploring a decision making model
  • Examining the results of poll questions about ethical decisions
Webinar Presenter

Judy Young
Judy Young

Executive Director at Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership

Judy Young is Executive Director, Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership. She has more than 25 years of experience in leadership development, organizational effectiveness, change management, learning & development, consulting and human resources. Judy has extensive experience in the business sector at Johnson & Johnson, in management consulting firms and within the nonprofit sector for hospital systems.

Judy holds a Master’s degree in Corporate Communication (MBA concentration), from Seton Hall University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication (English minor) from Montclair State University. Judy earned a certificate from Rutgers University in the Mini MBA Business Essentials Program and completed the Executive Organizational Effectiveness Program at Columbia University.

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