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LO 8.1: Identify why some employees do not report ethical misconduct

Video 1: TedTalk: How to Speak Up for Yourself

Description: Speaking up is hard to do, even when you know you should, so learn how to assert yourself, and expand your personal power with sage guidance from social psychologist Adam Galinsky. 

Video 2: What Can Companies Do to Encourage People to Speak Up?

Description: Simon Webley talks about what companies can do to create an open culture, where people are not afraid to speak up.

LO 8.2: Assess if you have the qualities and skills of an ethically approachable manager

Video 1: TedTalk: Listen, Learn . . . Then Lead

Description: Four-star general Stanley McChrystal shares what he learned about leadership from his military experience of building a sense of shared purpose among people of many ages and skill sets. 

Video 2: Moment of Truth—Business Ethics and Better Decision-Making

Description: The Moment of Truth training package addresses this problem head-on by giving employees a practical guide for making better decisions.

LO 8.3: Determine the type of ethics point person that could best serve your organization

Video 1: TedTalk: The Power of Vulnerability

Description: Brené Brown studies human connection—our ability to empathize, belong, and love—and shares her personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. 

LO 8.4: Discuss the importance of an effective ethics assist line

Video 1: TedTalk: When Online Shaming Goes Too Far

Description: Jon Ronson shows how online commenters to a Twitter shaming a perceived injustice can end up behaving like a baying mob. 

LO 8.5: Describe the negative outcomes whistleblowing has on both the whistleblower and the organization

Video 1: TedTalk: My Battle to Expose Government Corruption

Description: Journalist Heather Brooke uncovered the British Parliamentary financial expenses that led to a major political scandal in 2009.

Video 2: What Really Happens to Whistleblowers?

Description: Recently, whistleblower John Kiriakou was released from prison. Despite the existence of federal protection, the risks may be too high. So what are the dangers whistleblowers face?



Web 1: Internal Ethics Reporting Systems

Description: Website for Ethical Systems, the Whistleblowers page

Web 2: Ethics & Compliance Initiative

Description: Website for Ethics & Compliance Initiative

Web 3: The Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics 

Description: Website for the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics

Web 4: U.S. Office of Special Counsel, Whistleblowing

Description: Website for the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, the Federal Whistleblower Rights and Protections page

Web 5: Best Practices in Ethics Hotlines 

Description: Website for Best Practices in Ethics Hotlines