Tags: Decision-making, Communication & Engagement, Ethics Programme issues, Employees
This IBE Research Report focuses on how people make decisions and what can influence them.
Behavioural ethics is a field of study that seeks to understand how people behave when confronted with ethical dilemmas.
Drawing on behavioural economics, psychology, and other behavioural sciences, this Research Report illustrates how companies can use insights from the theory in order to strengthen their ethics programme and help their employees to do the right thing.
It focuses on how people make decisions and what can influence them.
- The challenges for an ethics programme
- Why behavioural ethics is relevant to an ethics programme
- Supporting individual decision-making, and
- Suggestions of how behavioural ethics can be used in your ethics programme