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ETHICS: BUILDING LEADERSHIP THROUGH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
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EVERYDAY ETHICS: DOING WELL AND DOING GOOD, PART II
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EVERYDAY ETHICS: DOING WELL AND DOING GOOD, PART I
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THE RIGHT WAY TO WIN: MAKING BUSINESS ETHICS WORK IN THE REAL WORLD
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ACCOUNTING FRAUD & EMBEZZLEMENT: ETHICS CASE STUDIES FROM THE TRENCHES.
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A CPA'S GUIDEBOOK FOR ETHICAL BEHAVIOR FOR TEXAS CPAs
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A CPA'S GUIDEBOOK FOR ETHICAL BEHAVIOR
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ETHICS: UNDERSTANDING HOW JUDGMENT TRAPS AND BIASES UNDERMINE OBJECTIVITY
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LESSONS IN ETHICS AND COMPLIANCE: MAKING THE RIGHT CHOICE
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ETHICS: BUILDING AN ETHICAL FIRM CULTURE
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Ethics Webinar for Women: Self-Esteem Matters

ETHICS WEBINAR FOR WOMEN: SELF-ESTEEM MATTERS

Previously titled SELF-ESTEEM MATTERS: AN ETHICS-BASED WEBINAR FOR WOMEN
Available Date(s)
Friday, December 23, 2022: 2:00PM EST

Cost $40.00
CPE Credits 2.0 hours
Subject Area 2.0 - Ethics (Behavioral)
CE Credits 0.0 hours
Course Level Basic
Instructional Method Group Internet Based
Prerequisites None
Advanced Preparation None
Course Description

Ethics is ultimately about our relationship to self, others, and the world in which we live. Therefore, to enhance our relationships with those around us, we must first start with the regard we hold for ourselves. From an ethical vantage, it can be said that we have a moral obligation to work toward self-love, honor, and respect. Matters of self-esteem are important in every aspect of life, including goal setting, relationships, establishing boundaries, handling conflict, levels of productivity, and expressing our needs in respectful and dignified ways. This course will explore traps of low self-esteem and ways to minimize them. We will also explore components of high self-esteem and actions to foster higher regard for self. 

Learning Objectives:


  • Determine the impact our level of self-esteem has on well-being in our personal and professional lives

  • Recognize that we have the choice to let go of unhealthy beliefs about ourselves and replace them with positive ones

  • Define the benefits of high self-esteem

  • Identify the traps of low self-esteem and ways to minimize them

  • List the components of self-esteem and ways to enhance positive feelings toward self

 

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Robbie is the Founder and President of Glantz & Associates, a 25+year old company offering Ethics Based Services in Organizational Development.  She is a consultant, trainer, facilitator, educator, and change agent.

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Glantz and Associates offer Ethics Based Services in Organizational Development to create and sustain the A.R.T. of Work: Accountability, Respect, and Trust in the Workplace aligned with organizational values and vision.