- Why Do Team Players Cheat? An Examination of Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior
June 8, 2023
6:00 pm - 8:15 pm
DUE TO A DEATH IN THE FAMILY, THIS MEETING IS POSTPONED. WE WILL PUBLICIZE A RESCHEDULED DATE SHORTLY.
Unethical behavior in organizations can be extremely costly. It exposes firms to direct costs, such as fines, settlements, and legal expenses, as well as indirect costs like damage to the firm’s reputation. This presentation will examine when employees perform unethical acts to benefit the organization (i.e., unethical pro-organizational behavior), what factors contribute to it, and what organizational development professionals can do to reduce unethical behavior at work. Participants will identify specific actions that they can take to mitigate the risk of unethical behavior at work.
About Our Facilitator: Kyle Payne
Dr. Payne serves as the talent development manager for Collins Engineers and as a leadership consultant with Development Dimensions International. He has served as a volunteer exam developer for several professional associations and currently serves on a committee overseeing ethics and professional practice in the coating industry. Dr. Payne recently completed his PhD in human capital management at Bellevue University where his dissertation examined unethical behavior among professional engineers. He and his partner Sid reside in Chicago along with their cats, Queso and Fundido.
Venue: Virtual meeting held online
Instructions for how to log into the virtual meeting will be sent to all registered participants in advance of the program start time.