Chicago Chapter: IMA Facilitator-led Ethics Workshop: The Power of Trust

When:  Apr 25, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  Chicago Chapter

Please join us for the Chicago Chapter: IMA Facilitator-led Ethics Workshop: The Power of Trust on April 25, 2024 at 12:00 PM CDT

This workshop looks at how trust impacts and is an important component of ethical standards. The workshop is based on two (2) IMA Educational Case Journal (IECJ®) case studies, “NTW Co.: Recognizing and Solving Ethical Dilemmas” and “Small Businesses and Trust; A Payroll Embezzlement Case,” as well as the IMA Statement of Ethical Professional Practice. The workshop begins with the fundamentals of defining trust, examining the Barrett Trust Matrix, identifying the elements of a culture of trust, and reviewing the six principles of internal control and GAAP principles. The first case study shows how trust can be broken even when the management accountant involved has done what he is supposed to do. The second case study involves a small, well-established, family business that realizes the negative consequences when they place too much trust in an employee. Competency domain supports: Professional Ethics & Values.

Learning Objectives:

After this session, you will be able to:

  • Define trust in an organization and what compromises trust.
  • Examine potential courses of action when seeking to resolve an ethical dilemma.
  • Identify the downstream consequences of broken trust in an organization.
  • List internal controls that reinforce trust and help mitigate risk.
  • Apply the IMA Statement of Ethical Professional Practice to ethical dilemmas where trust has been compromised.

CPE Credit: 1.5 NASBA CPE credits
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
Level: 1 - 3 years Professional Experience

Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: Download Participant Materials

Speaker: Steve Ingram

Steve Ingram is a Senior Project Management Consultant with Integrated Project Management Company (IPM). IPM is a consulting firm that advises on and executes complex and strategic initiatives for clients in the life science, healthcare, consumer and industrial product industries. Steve has over 35 years of professional experience and has managed projects and consulted with clients in the U.S. and abroad. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois – Champaign and is a certified project management professional with the Project Management Institute (PMI).

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