Value Proposition

Unethical behavior costs small employers (< 100 employees) approximately $200,000 per year and up to 7% of revenue for larger employers.  This is according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).

Additional research studies show that creating a culture that promotes ethical behavior can add up to 8% in productivity, reduce turnover and its related costs from 10 – 200%, and reduce the amount of money you spend to prevent theft of products and resources by 15-50%.

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Here’s what CEOs, CFOs and business leaders are saying impacts their ability to lead organizations effectively:

  • Codes of Conduct, while important legal and compliance documents, do not train people to understand how to respond in crisis situations or when confronted with real-life business dilemmas.
  • There is no longer a standard definition of business ethics in the workplace. People from different cultures and backgrounds may not have the same definition of “right” vs “wrong”. 
  • Existing ethics training programs do not always engage workers or help them understand what is appropriate behavior.

Accountability, trust and integrity are important qualities of a star performer.  Simple errors or refusal to accept responsibility for our own actions can prevent or destroy the ability to trust co-workers, colleagues and leaders.  Studies have shown that employees who cannot trust their leadership teams or colleagues are up to 80% more likely to leave, resulting in higher turnover costs and lost productivity.

e-Factor!® addresses these issues and gives participants permission to be creative, to make mistakes and to learn from those mistakes.

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