Our trainings are designed to stimulate the moral competences of an employee. They learn to recognize and acknowledge the moral dimension of a situation from personal behaviour and from the organizational values. They discover what the consequences of these competences are and learn to act accordingly.

Leadership training: from manager to leader

A manager is expected to support and be the right example for his or her employee when the employee is faced with difficult choices. The significance of a correct decision, judgment, enactment and responsibility when faced with integrity issues should not be underestimated in political positions like these of managers. Not only because one has to comply with the laws and regulations, but also because of the personal reputation, reaching the expectations of stake holders and as an organisation that carries the social responsibility. During this training, the players look into the features of a virtuous work culture, they learn what the five factors of success are for a correct dealing with integrity issues, and they make agreements about improvements. At the end of the workshop, the participants will put to use what they have learned in plays designed by their own experiences, together with a training actor.

Dialogue competences: from discussion to dialogue

Most of us talk a lot and find it hard to listen. Not without reason, this is a problem for some. During a dialogue, employees take the time to research together an important issue from different perspectives. Only after the issue is addressed by personal experiences and is questioned in terms of justice, decency and the courage that is necessary to act justly, conclusions are drawn. After the training, employees are capable of recognizing disruptions in (team) discussions, and be able to make constructive proposals for a better conversation.

Moral judgement: from judgement to deliberation

A virtuous culture is stimulated by discussing moral issues together regularly. Values and standards at work become significant by exchanging personal experiences. For example about the core values of the organisation, about specific breaches of integrity, or about the choices you make when the rules with regards to how you are expected to behave are unclear. Act with integrity is part of professional conduct. During this training the employees learn to use moral judgement during their work by using a 7-step plan. Participants learn to share experiences and insights in a structured manner, how to address each other and how to discover together what to do in the grey area between right and wrong.

I-learning: Online learning from experience

I-learning offers employees support when dealing with moral questions in work situations. It is accessible through the intranet of the organisation. The I-learning module consists of a collection written practical examples, also called mores prudence, and a quiz which tests the knowledge of the existing code(s) of conduct. The employee finds support in the examples when judging their own situation and finds in the quiz relevant information when faced with a possible next step in case of a (looming) breach of integrity.