Leadership and ethics are being challenged in new ways like never before in the modern era. Our professional and public space is overrun with corporate scandals, government ethical failures, noncompliant accounting, and financial reports, and even misleading “tweets” that all contribute to what a recent former Secretary of State called a “crisis in integrity and ethics". The accounting profession is one of the main guardians of keeping commercial, governmental, and nonprofit organizational behavior within ethical bounds. Just citing an ethical rule and even citing the risks associated with violations of that rule are no longer enough to secure ethical behavior by individuals and organizations.
This webinar will teach you about successful leadership strategies that work to promote ethical behavior and to enhance your reputation as a leader in ethics in the accounting profession.
Herb Rubenstein is the President of Herb Rubenstein Consulting. He is the co-author of Breakthrough, Inc.: High Growth Strategies for Entrepreneurial Organizations (Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 1999) and Leadership Development for Educators (Rowman and Littlefield, 2009), and the author of Leadership for Lawyers, 2ed. (American Bar Association, 2008), plus over 100 articles on business strategy, entrepreneurship, leadership, and improving how organizations function and deliver value. He also served as an Adjunct Professor of Strategic Planning George Washington University, and has been an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurism at George Mason University and Colorado State University. He has his law degree from Georgetown University, his Master of Public Affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs, a graduate degree in sociology from the University of Bristol in Bristol, England and was a Phi Beta Kappa/Omicron Delta Kappa graduate from Washington and Lee University in 1974.
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