DB4 Business Ethics.docx

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Building trust with those in a firm must start from executive leadership to mid-level managers, to supervisors and leaders, down to the front-line employees and staff. Building trust must be reinforced consistently and broadcasted in such as way that each person feels valued. Engagement can take many forms, but some may be relayed through Employee Town Halls, Q & A sessions, regular meetings with managers and supervisors, comment boxes…to name a few. An open-door policy is also another good practice to ensure that executives and managers remain accessible and not too far out of reach. As it pertains to establishing a culture of commitment, it is important to ask a few introspective questions: 1. Why did employees choose this company to work rather than choosing another? 2. What will keep employees loyal to our company? 3. How is commitment communicated in a way that each employee will feel a sense of belonging? The way an ethical leader communicates to employees has just as much impact on the firm’s ethical culture [ CITATION Fer19 \l 1033 ].
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  • Spring '12
  • JesseBarnes
  • Management, nonmonetary incentives

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