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  1. Introduction
  2. Code of conduct
  3. Leadership and ethical decision-making
  4. Culture of ethics
  5. Conclusion

As a leader of an organization, there are many responsibilities that and leader must take on especially shaping the culture of ethics within the organization. Also as being a leader, operational management and responsibility play a bigger role in the organization when it come sustainability issues at ECG. For the past few weeks, ECG has been in the process of reshaping the organization by implementing the code of conduct, policies, and so forth so that not only leaders will follow the values and standards but also the employees in the organization. Ultimately, leadership and responsibility vests with the leadership and managers within the organization.

As the code of conduct has been finalized, it is up to me as a compliance officer at ECG to produce sources of information to other leaders and managers within the organization about the new implementation of the code of conduct on behalf of the Ethics Review Committee. To shape a culture of ethics in the organization it ?is comprised of the assumptions, values, norms and tangible signs of organization members and their behaviors? (Organization Culture, 2000). When changes come around an organization before, during, or after the structure and process of an organization, but also changing the organization culture as well along with the process and structure.

[...] Code of Conduct: Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making Culture of Ethics As a leader of an organization, there are many responsibilities that and leader must take on especially shaping the culture of ethics within the organization. Also as being a leader, operational management and responsibility play a bigger role in the organization when it come sustainability issues at ECG. For the past few weeks, ECG has been in the process of reshaping the organization by implementing the code of conduct, policies, and so forth so that not only leaders will follow the values and standards but also the employees in the organization. [...]


[...] The following e-mail will be composed as: To: All leaders and managers at ECG From: Compliance Officer Date: 13 August 2012 Subject: Code of Conduct Dear: Staff Members The very purpose of this e-mail is to inform each leader and manager at ECG the importance of enforcing the code of conduct and making our employees aware of ethical behavior to our new finalize organization code of conduct. Many changes have arisen through this new code of conduct due to unethical behaviors in the pasted concerning employees making immoral decisions and acts. [...]

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