Make progress to foster ethical behaviors
Behavioral consulting approach and online tools
to better align decisions and behaviors with ethical principles.
Why tackle cognitive biases in Ethics?
Billion dollars fines, convicted senior executives, disastrous image… the consequences of unethical decisions can be irreversible
Identifying ethical impacts of day-to-day business decisions can be tricky and most traditional approaches are ineffective
Moral sense is difficult to change, as research shows it is often shaped at childhood, influenced by group dynamics, complex and often unconscious
Neurovalue helps corporations “rethink ethics”, and foster more ethical behaviors.
Leveraging research, we deliver cognitive tools, processes that foster more ethical decisions, and effective trainings.
So that you can align business conduct with ethical principles.
The Ethics Cognitive Profiler
THE STANDARD ETHICS COGNITIVE PROFILER
THE CUSTOM ETHICS COGNITIVE PROFILER
Seminars and workshops
Our seminars are generally the result of interviews with your teams and high level analysis of your decision-making processes.
They generally deliver quantified impact.
Behavioral ethics action plan
Most control systems are focused on uncovering major ethical flaws.
And yet, grey areas or a high number of unseen, small flaws are often the root cause of some of the most significant ethical issues. We will provide you with a diagnostic of the root causes of such flaws. So that you can adapt your control system.
Corporate incentives shape individual choices.
Uncovering their unconscious impact and designing the right safeguards contributes reducing the risk of major ethical flaws.
Decision Making Processes
Some significant ethical flaws are related to how we make decisions.
For example, we often tend to overlook so called “grey areas”. Our approach consist in identifying those grey areas and assessing how current decision patterns might influence the outcome. Second, we suggest choice architectures and validate them by observing decision-makers.
Concrete levers to improve decision making processes include knowing whether pairing, unpairing alternatives is most effective, involving different stakeholders, shaping discussion documents…