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Ethical Culture Indicator

Unethical behavior by employees of an organization comes with tremendous costs. Fines, legal expenses, lost employee morale, failed projects and lost production are just some of those costs. How would an organization measure its current ethical environment to ensure these issues do not occur in their organization?

Developed through the BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership, the Ethical Culture Indicator (ECI) is an automated survey and organizational culture assessment that provides employee engagement and ethical feedback to identify strengths and areas of opportunity for an organizations culture. The ECI can be administered to either all employees or specific teams within an organization.

The ECI can also serve as a benchmark to measure organizational changes made to improve employee engagement and ethical activity.

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Organizational Culture Assessment

Cultural assessments have become important in organizations to maintain employee and customer satisfaction.

25%
of U.S. workers state that they have witnessed unethical behavior where they work.
84%
believe culture is critical to business success and 60% think culture is more important than strategy.
202%
Companies with engaged and healthy ethical cultures perform 202% better.

The Process

Following an exploratory meeting with the client, the BB&T Center for Ethical leadership staff will administer the automated survey to either all or a selected group of employees.

Data is collected from all employees within 18 index categories including ethical standards, leadership confidence and ethical reporting among others. All responses are anonymous so employees may provide true feedback.

Once the survey is complete, the results are compared to the company's organizational values. A final comprehensive report and review are then presented to senior leadership on strengths, areas for growth and recommendations for improvement and implementation.

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