How to Evaluate Your Organization's Moral Compass

Originally offered November 15, 2018 

Duration: 100 minutes

CPE Credit: 2

Description: In this webinar, you will determine the ethical baseline of your organization and discuss the value of defining a moral compass for both yourself and your organization. You will learn common hurdles and pitfalls facing practitioners, as well as how to leverage your organization’s moral compass in conducting a fraud risk assessment.                                                       

    Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics

     This course fulfills the annual ethics CPE requirement for CFEs. To learn more about the ethics CPE requirement for CFEs, please visit             

    Course Level: Basic

    Prerequisite: None

    Advanced Preparation: None

    Delivery Format: Group Internet Based

    You Will Learn How To:

    • Evaluate your ethical decision-making process through the lens of your moral compass.
    • Identify how an organization's cultural environment can impact the ethical decisions of employees, including those working in governance functions such as internal audit, investigations or human resources. 
    • Adjust the settings on your moral compass to better fit with your ultimate destination.
    • Determine the ethical baseline of your organization and determine if your organization is at risk.
    • Leverage your organization’s moral compass in conducting a fraud risk assessment. 
    Who Should Attend:
    • Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals
    • Law enforcement officers and prosecutors
    • Detectives and private investigators
    • Internal and external auditors, CPAs, CAs and forensic accountants
    • Attorneys, legal professionals and law enforcement personnel
    • Educators and students


    Steve C. Morang, CFE, CIA, CRMA  
    Senior Manager
    Frank Rimerman & Co LLP

    Steve Morang is passionate about leading the battle to fight fraud. He is a global leader in fraud prevention, detection, investigation, ethics and compliance. Over the past 15 years Morang has developed multiple methodologies to help organizations stay ahead of the latest trends in fraud. His areas of specialization include enterprise risk management and fraud risk assessment workshops using specialized balloting technology to enhance value as well as the building and evaluation of custom compliance programs concerning FCPA, U.K. Bribery Act and various other U.S. Government orders and regulations.

    Morang has been featured in publications such as Forbes, American Banker and Fraud Magazine. He is the author of the "Big Frauds" column of Fraud Magazine and an adjunct professor of fraud & ethics at Golden Gate University. Morang is also President of the San Francisco Chapter of the ACFE and Chair of the ACFE Higher Education Committee. 

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