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Public trust and confidence are the lifeblood of public and nonprofit organizations. Trust is critical for such organizations to be able to address the pressing challenges of our times and accomplish their mission and goals.  

Given all the demands public and nonprofit leaders juggle, what's the best way to promote and protect the public's trust?

 

Applying decades of experience and research on public and nonprofit ethics, S2 Ethics Strategies can take organizations from where they are to where they aspire to be to achieve the results they seek in service to their communities.

S2 Ethics Strategies can help with:

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IMPLEMENTING TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP APPROACHES
  • Developing & operationalizing a meaningful organizational values statement

  • Fostering a culture of ethics motivation

  • Walking the talk

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HELPING GOOD PEOPLE LIVE UP TO GOOD INTENTIONS
  • Understanding the science of human decision-making

  • Using a three-part framework to support values-based decision-making

MOVING TOWARD A SHARED, PRACTICAL CONCEPT OF ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING
  • Considering core values like trustworthiness, responsibility and respect as a starting point

  • Identifying what values look like in practice for your organization

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IDENTIFYING
HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGIES TO GET & KEEP THE RIGHT PEOPLE
  • Achieving person-organization fit

  • Using values-forward recruiting and onboarding

  • Recognizing and rewarding tough decisions

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HAVING THE INTERNAL CONVERSATION:
RED TAPE OR IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS?
  • Appreciating the special stewardship obligations of public and nonprofit organizations

  • Embracing the “whys" behind organizational processes

  • Treating rules as minimum standards

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