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Webinar: Ethics in Engineering
"Why would good people do bad things?"

Featuring David Gebler, President, Working Values
Wed., Feb. 14, 1:30-3:00 EDT | 1.5 PDHs
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Co-sponsored by ACEC and Working Values, Ltd., a division of SmartPros

David Gebler, President, Working ValuesYou're invited to join David Gebler, President of Working Values, for an interactive live Web conference to discuss why organizations seeking to reduce the risk of illegal or unethical conduct need to understand why good people can be pressured to do the wrong thing.

What, exactly, is ethics? Everyone knows right from wrong, but why do good people sometimes do the wrong thing ethically? How does groupthink affect the engineering firm? What roles do management culture, career, financial and political pressure play in engineering ethics? Could your firm be at risk?

Participation in this seminar will give you insights and answers to these important questions, and suggest steps you can take in establishing the right ethics culture within your firm.

Is it possible that your firm could be at a cultural risk? Learn steps you can take to establish the right ethics culture in your firm. This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PDH credits.

Join Mr. Gebler and the ACEC for this informative live Web conference on Wednesday, Feb. 14, from 1:30-3:00 EDT, including a question and answer period following Mr. Gebler's presentation.

About Working Values

Working Values, Ltd., a subsidiary of SmartPros Ltd., has earned a reputation as a worldwide leader in helping organizations align workplace behavior with their values and standards. We take clients beyond generic compliance to create ethics initiatives that address their unique cultural attributes. The results are learning and communication programs that are meaningful to employees' daily lives, and result in meaningful changes to the organization and how others regard it.

Founded in 1993 by David Gebler, the company has been retained by many Fortune 500 companies. Working Values was acquired in 2003 by SmartPros Ltd. (AMEX: PED), an internationally known professional education firm.

We have developed ethics programs for some of the world's leading organizations, including Lockheed Martin Corporation, Boeing, Weyerhaeuser and Scotts-MiracleGro.

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