Total Credits: 4 including 4 Behavioral Ethics - Non-technical
In the 1976 Academy Award-winning best picture, "Network", Peter Finch played a news anchor who was so upset with world events that he delivers a TV speech with the famous line “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.”
More than four decades later, when we learn of foolish business decisions leading to a crisis, we probably feel the same way.
Today we see case after case of short-term profits emphasized over long-term sustainability. This session explains how financial professionals can help protect and defend our organizations and clients from self-inflicted disasters.
1. The problem of "short-termism" and the need for "patient capital"
2. The problem of over-reliance on government solutions
3. How we can restore trust in business and protect the integrity of our profession
1. Financial Managers
2. Internal Auditors
3. External Auditors
|Important CPE Credit Instructions_READ BEFORE WEBCAST UPDATED (0.47 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Ethics in Action Slides (1.16 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Ethics in Action Workbook (0.32 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Diane D. White, MBA, CPA, CMA, is a finance and accounting executive with 39 years of control and business leadership expertise in both large and small for-profit and non-profit corporations. She served several Fortune 50 corporations as Division Controller for 25 years before becoming a CFO for nonprofits and small businesses. Diane recently retired as CFO of Workforce Resource, a nationwide mortgage finance service provider. She and her husband Jim reside in Beaufort, SC where she enjoys volunteer work, teaching, consulting, writing, and a wide array of Lowcountry outdoor pleasures.
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