Most of us see strong black-and-white boundaries when it comes to legal or illegal activities, but ethical boundaries can be a bit trickier to navigate.
The middle zone is usually gray, and we must regularly rely on our own interpretation of what will maintain trust between everyone involved.
On January 28, as part of the Lunchtime Learning series co-sponsored by the Stillwater Chamber of Commerce and Meridian Technology Center, Kim Poff will present, “Why Workplace Ethics Matter.”
During this session, Poff will dive deeper into why ethics matter in today’s business climate and how you can steer through the challenges to make decisions that honor your principles and demonstrate respect to those around you.
Poff’s successful career in Oklahoma’s state government spanned over 23 years. In addition to her 18 years in law enforcement, she oversaw the development and implementation of a new compliance and investigative division for a large state agency. Training and development, organizational management, investigative operations, project management and process improvement represent the core elements of her experience. She has conducted training for corporations, small businesses, universities and other clientele, and she is recognized as a subject-matter expert for facilitating workplace and community outreach learning modules.
Lunchtime Learning sessions are held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Meridian’s campus. Registration is $15 per session and includes lunch. For more information or to register for the upcoming Lunchtime Learning series visit meridiantech.edu/lunchtime or contact Marcy Luter at firstname.lastname@example.org, (405) 377-3333 ext. 297 or toll-free at (888) 607-2509.