Organizational Leader | Values-Based Decision Making eLearning
A 7 module course for those who lead (or wish to lead) in a values-based culture and hold responsibility for developing leadership systems. Learn how an Organizational Leader can bring confidence to decision making and grow critical problem solving skills that are rooted in values and ethics.
The Values-Based Decision Making | Organization Leader track is designed for senior leaders or independent learners interested in learning how to build and lead a values-based, ethical culture. Learn how to help create or refine an organization’s culture of leadership based principally on its core values and the core values of its associates. Achieving alignment across the leadership team and the associates on the vision, mission, and values is key to success for any organization. This course reinforces commitment by leaders learning how to operationalize and intentionally lead by values. This eLearning experience will teach attendees how to utilize their corporate and personal core values along with other ethical filters as a reference for critical daily decisions using a six-step decision making process.
Over approximately 6-7 hours of learning, you will develop skills to critically think through ethical solutions to daily business and personal challenges utilizing personal and corporate values along with other decision filters. Participants will learn how to assess their corporate culture’s alignment with stated or perceived values.
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