Ethics Training Workshops

Complete Ethics Program Open To All

Minnesota State University, Mankato presents the entire Nan DeMars’ Workplace Ethics program training course. These three interactive, deep-dive sessions offer comprehensive insight into identifying and handling the stress-filled workplace issues employees often face. Participants will explore their role in accountability and culpability in today’s ethical culture and develop strategies for navigating ethical dilemmas. Each session is full of live, interactional discussions and is open to individuals, small and medium size companies. CEUs are available for multiple disciplines.

Minnesota State University, Mankato
MSU Workplace Ethics Academy
Nan DeMars' Complete Workplace Ethics Program
Presented By MSU Mankato

Workplace Ethics Academy Program

2020 Dates TBD


  1. Workplace ethics vs. business ethics
  2. Definition of The Ethical Workplace
  3. Integrity choices
  4. Legal, ethical and moral standards
  1. Commitment to doing the right thing
  2. Protecting your supervisors’ and your company’s security
  3. Protecting your personal security
  4. Building a culture of confidentiality
  1. Lying in the workplace
  2. Gossip
  3. Blind spots
  4. The many faces of harassment
MSU Mankato Continuing Education
Nan DeMars webinars are CEU & Re-Certification Awards Within All Industries, Associations and Professions.
CEUs Available for Multiple Disciplines
Office Ethics Client - British Petroleum

Nan – thanks for another fabulous set of sessions!  Our Head of Compliance Officer agreed you really made the day a success! We are delighted you are coming back to BP in the Fall."

Marilee Norred

British Petroleum

Nan - Thank you for your wonderful presentation to our assistants. Your message was loud and strong: assistants today are a very important aspect of ethical issues in the workplace."

Alberta Esposito

McGraw-Hill Companies

Office Ethics Client - Monsanto

Nan DeMars uses case studies and humor to spread awareness about this essential topic. This should be required training for every administrative professional... "  

Connie Verberkmoes