CENSORED Ethics CENSORED Ethics By Greg Kyte, CPA and Adam Broud IF YOU PREFER TO LISTEN TO UNCENSORED AUDIO, VISIT DRUNKETHICS.COM Welcome to Ethics that doesn't suck! CPA and comedian Greg Kyte teams up with MBA and comedian Adam Broud to discuss the intricacies of behavioral ethics — sociological nudges that prime people to behave more ethically or less ethically. During their lively conversations, they draw on research from psychology and economics. If you prefer the uncensored audio, please go here: drunkethics.com After completing this course, participants will be able to: Module One - Define integrity, objectivity, and independence - List reasons why perfect objectivity is impossible - Explain other factors affecting ethics: due care, competence, and professional skepticism - Interpret why independence is accountants' fundamental problem Module Two - Summarize Freud's psychoanalytic theory - Define ego depletion and why it affects ethical decision-making - Discuss ways to replenish depleted ego and its counterexamples - Explain the role of transparency and anonymity in ethics Module Three - Assess the effect of social groups, pressure, and influence on ethical behavior - Outline the impact of various scenarios on people's ethical decisions - Explain the fraud triangle - Determine the impact of authority figures, social context, and social confirmation on ethical behavior Module Four - Assess when loyalty is or is not a virtue - Examine ways to uphold core values - List core values that will help accountants stay ethical - Explain the concepts of social contracts, virtue ethics, and various value types
Behavioral Ethics
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