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Accounting Ethics: How Attitudes, Emotions & Human Nature Effect Behavior and Decision-Making (ME22-35/22)

Member Price $15
Non-Member Price $48
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December 8, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Event Description

Accountants think of ethics in terms of standards, “rules” and regulations.  But meeting ethical responsibilities in the  practice of accounting encompasses far more than adherence to written standards.  Biases, intrinsic human emotions and cultural differences (generation, geography, gender) combine to form our daily ethical attitudes and responses.  This course will provide you with an understanding of each of these components and their unique  impact on our ethical thinking and behavior. Heightened awareness facilitates a more resilient, ethical framework for behavior and decision-making. (DEEP DISCOUNT FOR MEMBERS THANKS TO DELOITTE FUNDING SUPPORT)

Designed For

All accounting and business professionals

Objectives

Provide attendees with an understanding of the types of influences, such as learned behaviors, human emotions, cultural biases- that impact ethical decision-making and responses, with particular focus on accounting and business situations.

Major Subjects

Human Behavior & emotions- their effect on personal & professional ethical choices Culture, Geography, Gender- their influence on ethical attitudes and accounting practice Bad Decisions- why and how they are made Biases- identifying them and preventing their adverse impact  

Prerequisites

Familiarity with basic accounting process and activities.

Instructions

None.

Details

Date:
December 8, 2022
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Credit:
2 Credits

Other

Credit Hours
2
Max Registrations
40
Course Type
Live Video Conference
Course Level
2