November 10, 2022
Ethics and Integrity in City Government
Thursday, November 10, 2022
Registration is closed.
About the webinar
Some decisions are black and white, but sometimes you are faced with dilemmas that are gray. In this session, our webinar leader Alysia Cook will uncover the keys to recognizing and avoiding unethical decisions and behaviors in public service. This session will share tips on how to think and take actions of the highest integrity and build more trust with those you serve.
The topics for the webinar will include:
- Conflicts of interest
- The four agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
- Five ways to think ethically
- Five ethical tests to consider
- The gray zone illustrated: What do ethical and unethical behaviors look like
- Seven steps to ethical decision making
About the speaker
Alysia A. Cook, PCED, IOM
Principal of Opportunity Strategies LLC
Alysia Cook with Opportunity Strategies specializes in customized training, professional facilitation, and strategic planning services. Clients include local and state governments, chambers of commerce, economic development organizations, utilities, associations, and other nonprofits. For 29 years, Alysia has trained thousands of elected officials, community leaders, chamber and economic development professionals, leadership groups, and volunteers. She develops city councils and boards, facilitates strategic plans, and delivers programs designed to improve organizations, grow communities, and achieve goals.
She is an international public speaker and serves on the faculty for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management, the Community Development Institute, and the Texas Basic Economic Development Course. Alysia is a graduate of LSU-Shreveport, Economic Development Institute, Community Development Institute, and the U.S. Chamber Foundation’s Institute. Alysia has earned the Institute for Organization Management (IOM) designation and the Professional Community & Economic Developer (PCED) certification.