Why Good People Do Bad Things
The Psychology of Workplace Deviance
Workplace deviance not only threatens organizations, it negatively affects employees and stakeholders as well. Knowing HOW employees commit fraud isn’t enough. Auditors and investigators must recognize WHY employees engage in wrongdoing and WHAT makes many of them think it’s okay to do so. By confronting tough ethical dilemmas, participants will examine the complexity and psychology of workplace deviance and discover what internal audit and management must do to mitigate its impact.
After this session, participants will be able to:
- Describe how people become ethically ambivalent and morally disengaged
- Compare how contrasting views of behavioral ethics affect decision-making
- Evaluate potential actions to determine what is objectively right
- Analyze conflicting ethical priorities to discern what is best
Cost (Sorry – no discount for partial attendance):
ACFE or IIA Member: $70
8 CPE Hours (6 Fraud, 2 Ethics):
Attendees must participate for the full block of each session to obtain credit. Participation will be monitored by the presentation platform, and will include questions during the course of the training. Participants will need access to video, audio, and be able to respond to questions provided in a multiple choice format or requiring a typed response. Participants must provide responses to 80% of the questions during the course of each day’s session of the training to receive credit.
Payment Policy: State Agencies whose policy will not allow payment by credit card may contact the Treasurer (email@example.com) to arrange payment by check. Agencies MUST make payment or payment arrangements two (2) weeks prior to the event start date to receive a certificate of completion for the CPE attended. (PLEASE GO AHEAD AND COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION UP TO THE PAYMENT PAGE AND GIVE THE NAMES TO THE TREASURER WHEN MAKING ARRANGEMENTS)
Cancellation Policy: Payments are non-refundable, however if a registered attendee cannot participate in the training a substitute can be provided at no additional cost up to one (1) week before the start date of the training.
If you have any questions, please let us know. We look forward to ‘seeing’ you at this event!