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TrainingBriefs® Being Transparent

Giving False Information

New Micro-Learning! The value of honesty in business has obvious and subtle implications. Unfortunately, there are times when individuals are asked to be less than totally honest in order to paint a brighter financial picture. In this course, you’ll observe two coworkers discussing an upcoming presentation to the board of directors. The boss is pressuring his subordinate to paint a picture that is brighter than it actually is.

Learning Path & Details

Competencies

  • Demonstrating Integrity & Professionalism

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the value of honesty in business and why virtue is also important.
  • Learn how to recognize the kinds of situations that can lead to problems.
  • Learn to think through the issues and figure out what's the best choice of action for you and your organization.

Interactivity

  • Audible Narration
  • Integrated Video
  • Interactions and Activities
  • Post-Assessment

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Additional Information

New Micro-Learning! The value of honesty in business has obvious and subtle implications. Unfortunately, there are times when individuals are asked to be less than totally honest in order to paint a brighter financial picture.  In this course, you’ll observe two coworkers discussing an upcoming presentation to the board of directors. The boss is pressuring his subordinate to paint a picture that is brighter than it actually is.

Always communicate the truth as you best know it – not in a way that is misleading or deceptive. Stakeholders or shareholders make decisions on how to move forward based on communications. A person’s intention is critical. Being wrong is not the same as lying.

Always communicate the truth as you best know it – not in a way that is misleading or deceptive. Stakeholders or shareholders make decisions on how to move forward based on communications. A person’s intention is critical. Being wrong is not the same as lying.


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