A Spy is Among Us!

April 8 | 2:00–3:50 PM ET | 2 CPEs | 2 PDUs | FOS: BETH

Program Level: Overview
Prerequisite: None
Advance Preparation: None required
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics (BETH)

Due to recent federal restrictions on large gatherings and current recommendations on social distancing, we will be able to offer individuals within a group (with a site coordinator) their own access links to this webinar at no additional cost. If you are the site coordinator for your group, please email for more details.

The Psychology Behind Unethical Behavior & The Role Technology Plays in Unethical Behavior

Do you know whether a spy sits next to you at work? Are you an unwitting accomplice to an ethical violation? Will the evolution of new technology compel the public and private sectors to subdue ethics?

This webinar will help you recognize alarming ways ethics are compromised in today's workplace and raise awareness of the ethical dilemma organizations face in their quest for more advanced technology.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Elaborate on ethical concerns in advanced technology.
  2. Discuss the psychology driving an employee to ignore ethical principles and engage in inappropriate business conduct at work.
  3. Identify ways an employer can limit ethical violations in the workplace.
  4. Know what to do when a co-worker is discovered in violation of the company code of ethics.
  5. Articulate the way an ethical framework shapes social responsibility.
  6. Describe unethical practices in the workplace.


Alfred Robinson, PhD

Alfred Robinson, PhD
Chief J1


Kia Lor, PMP, CMP

Kia Lor, PMP, CMP
Senior Manager, Meetings & Programs

How to Register

Online Registration Process

Online registrations are for this webinar only.

Email/Mail Registration Process

Available for site coordinators registering for multiple webinars for their group.


  • Online Registration – Payment via credit cards is only accepted at this time. Transactions secured by GeoTrust, Inc.
  • Email Registration – We accept payments via credit cards and purchase orders.
  • Mail Registration – All payment types are accepted.

Cancellations and early bird group pricing deadline: April 3, 2020.