This session takes a unique approach to exploring ethics in the accounting profession. The primary focus is on the most critical, and often the most neglected, element of ethical decision-making, THE INDIVIDUAL. This session is designed to take the participants through a process of in-depth self-discovery that helps them understand why they think and behave the way that they do. This enhanced level of self-awareness allows the participants to apply their personal learnings to the ethical decision-making process. Specifically, this session guides the participants through a process that helps them learn how their psychological make-up naturally positions them to be an ethical decision-maker as well as how that same make-up may detract them from being an ethical decision-maker. This is accomplished by having the participants take a personality assessment and then teaching them how to interpret their own specific results. Through discussion and exercises, the concentrated emphasis is then given to the application of their personality make-up to the ethical decision-making process. The session content is then synthesized with the guiding principles of the accounting profession.
Identify the issues that affect ethical decision making and ways that personality interacts with the ethical decision-making process.
With a strong passion for and a commitment to the positive development of individuals and organizations, Jeremy Wortman is the Owner of HRD Initiatives, specializing in leadership development, organizational development, and talent management solutions. In this capacity, he works with client partners’ executive teams in determining talent management strategies, building leadership talent, implementing solutions, and coaching individual leaders.
Wortman has more than twenty years of experience in organization and leadership development with a significant amount of his time, early in his career, at TD Ameritrade, where he was the Director of Organizational Effectiveness. There, he was responsible for enterprise-wide talent management initiatives. He partnered with senior executives to determine business unit and department-level talent management strategies and solutions that drove their performance goals. He was also responsible for building their leadership development programs. He has extensive knowledge of organizational psychology and has had great success in developing strategies and programs that make better individuals and organizations using a strengths-based approach.
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