Ethics and Anti-Corruption

Category: Leadership Effectiveness and Corporate Governance

Target Group

ROI Derivatives

Training Brief 

Training Objectives

Topical Outline

Target Group

All professionals

Key ROI Derivatives

Outstanding Corporate Citizenship, Positive Public Image, Prudent Resource Management.

Training Brief

ETHICS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION develop and promote standards and best practices in integrity and anti-corruption, and develop a code of ethics. Ethics is a set of standards of what is right or wrong against which we base our decisions.  Integrity refers the legality, legitimacy, logic, rationality or completeness, soundness and efficacy of objectives, programmes, structures, systems, processes and procedures.

Training Objectives

Participants will gain the capability to:

  • Develop Ethics and Anti-Corruption Improvement Plans
  • Understand the importance of safe reporting
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of corruption and evaluate a strategy for anti-corruption
  • Develop codes of ethics
  • Promote standards and best practices in integrity and anti-corruption

Summarised Topical Outline

  • Define corruption and its related concepts;
  • Define the two levels of corruption investigation;
  • Identify agencies that deal with corruption investigation;
  • Understand the importance of corruption prevention;
  • Develop corruption plans for the respective institutions;
  • Develop the reporting template for corruption-related incidents in the respective institutions;
  • On the role of ethics and integrity to social political and economic development;
  • Private sector experience with ethics and integrity challenges;
  • Organizational culture and challenges;
  • General ethical concerns in the public sector
  • Define safe reporting and understand what qualifies for safe reporting;
  • Overview of whistleblowing in Kenya;
  • Understand the steps taken in Kenya to protect whistle-blowers – local and international context;
  • State the various structures in place for minimizing corruption;
  • State the three levels of corruption prevention and their roles;
  • State ways of minimizing corruption in their institutions;
  • Outline the steps undertaken in corruption risk assessment.
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