Values vs. Priorities in the Workplace: How do you decide the right thing to do?
“Integrity” is one of Penn State‘s core values yet Penn State staff may still fall into unintentional ethical pitfalls. Tim Balliett from the Penn State Office of Ethics and Compliance will discuss values at Penn State and give insights into how anyone can make a lapse in judgment due to different rationalizations. He will also discuss the importance of distinguishing values vs. priorities and how they can be balanced. This presentation will also talk about unique ethical challenges that may arise during a reorganization.
Thursday, March 2
022C TSB and Zoom – https://psu.zoom.us/j/427464169
Thursday, March 30
120 USB2 and Zoom – https://psu.zoom.us/j/427464169
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Note: these sessions will not be recorded due to confidentiality issues.
Civility: Professionalism in the Workplace
Do you wonder if there is anything you can do to enhance civility in your workplace?
This workshop defines what civil behavior is (and is not) and clarifies why it is important in the workplace. Participants test themselves to determine if they contribute to a disrespectful culture, understand how to identify what makes a behavior perceived as civil or uncivil, and learn practical ways to create an environment of mutual respect in the workplace. This interactive workshop will allow you to discuss what behaviors people find disrespectful and how to establish guidelines to create a more harmonious work environment.
The Civility: Professionalism in the Workplace workshop is available on two separate days in February.
Wednesday, February 8, 9:00-10:30 a.m., 022C TSB
Wednesday, February 22, 9:00-10:30 a.m., 022C TSB