Ethics: Caesar’s Wife: Tipping the Delicate Balance of Leadership and Ethics

Description

In today’s complicated world, CPAs carry an increasing burden of public trust. As in the past, they are expected to give sound, ethical advice on accounting matters. Yet, what used to be an end is now just a beginning. The press, the government, business leaders and others look to CPAs to bring judgment, honesty, clarity and transparency to many murky issues. This course goes beyond just “the rules” to discuss broader and deeper issues affecting the profession and your role in it.

This program is being held in partnership with the Maryland Bankers Association on Day 2 of their 11th Annual CFO & Financial Management Forum.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify difficult ethical dilemmas CPAs face in the private and public sectors
  • Identify factors that contribute to making better ethical decisions
  • Define the components of the “Trust Formula”
  • Recognize natural behaviors that can put you at risk of poor ethical decision making
Major Topics
  • Interactive format that drives home the difficulty of reaching ethical decisions
  • Challenging and thought-provoking case-based discussion
  • Designed to expand participants’ thinking beyond traditional CPA roles
Provider
Business Learning Institute
Course Level
Intermediate
Professional Area of Focus
Ethics
CPE Field of Study
Behavioral Ethics
4
Who Should Attend
Anyone who might wrestle with ethical issues, especially anyone in a leadership role
Instructor(s)
Greg Conderacci
Prerequisites

Management experience

Advanced Preparation

None

Location

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel, 1715 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD, USA

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When
Dec 6, 2018
1:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Location
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel, 1715 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD, USA
Total CPE Credits
4
Format
In-Person
Instructor
Greg Conderacci

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Ethics: Caesar’s Wife: Tipping the Delicate Balance of Leadership and Ethics


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