Meet the Course Author:
I'm Eugene Sudak, and I'd love to welcome you to my course.
Here's a bit about me:
- 13 years in the video game industry
- 16 years in management
- 5 years in therapy
- 4 years as a professional educator
- 4 years of experience in moderation, mediation, and conflict resolution
About the course
Welcome to Ethical Management – a truly unique management course.
I believe that the future of management hinges on cultivating an ethical, compassionate connection with your team, and embracing openness, transparency, and authenticity as a leader.
Throughout this course, we'll delve into real-world cases, possibly even your own if you're willing, examining them through the lens of ethics. We won't hesitate to tackle outdated practices – while they might be effective, they lack ethical alignment. We'll uncover what makes them work and, just as crucial, the price they demand.
My aim with this course is to equip you with a comprehensive toolkit and guide you in crafting your own sustainable, ethical management style.
How will we achieve this? Through exposure. I'll introduce you to the best ethical management practices, dissecting them thoroughly to understand both their benefits and drawbacks. We'll engage in insightful discussions on the cutting edge of managerial practices and embark on a journey of self-reflection, seeking answers to the fundamental question: "What makes me a good manager?"
Lecture 1: Introduction to Management
In our first lecture, we'll explore the fundamental hard skills of a manager and address the common question: “Am I being a jerk?”
Lecture 2: Shifting Mindsets
This lecture delves into the inevitable transformation in mindset that all emerging executives undergo.
Lecture 3: Effective Communication
We'll cover essential tools for conducting discussions, interpreting nonverbal cues, and mastering primary conflict resolution.
Lecture 4: Feedback Mastery
Learn what defines the quality of feedback, how to give and receive it, and how to foster a culture of constructive feedback.
Lecture 5: Crafting the Communication Process
This session focuses on managing discussions, moderating, organizing brainstorming sessions, and maintaining the quality of discourse.
Lecture 6: Goals and Objectives
Discover the distinction between goals and objectives, and gain insights into assigning tasks within your team while tracking progress without undue pressure.
Lecture 7: Employee Development
Explore where to find resources for training, prioritizing, and enabling employees to learn and grow.
Lecture 8: Navigating Transparency
Also known as advanced communications, we will discuss issue escalation and openness.
Lecture 9: Recruitment and Dismissal
Unpack the processes of interviews, test assignments, promotions, dismissals, and exit interviews, alongside related practices.
Lecture 10: Ethical Motivation
Learn ethical motivation techniques, specialized terminology, goal setting, and strategies for managing panic and chaos.
Lecture 11: Delivering Difficult News
Discover how to communicate bad news with honesty and sensitivity, taking into account your team's overall well-being.
Lecture 12: Professional Ethics
Explore non-violent communication, the significance of professional ethics, and the importance of diversity.
Lecture 13: Fostering Corporate Culture
Examine the key factors and tools for shaping your company's culture and broadcasting corporate values.
Lecture 14: HR and Cross-Cultural Interactions
Navigate interactions with other departments and offices with different cultures, and differentiate work contacts effectively.
Lecture 15: Recognizing Professional Burnout
Learn to diagnose burnout early, both in yourself and your employees. We'll cover prevention and initial steps in addressing burnout.
Lecture 16: Embracing a Culture of Learning from Mistakes
Discover the concept of a culture of error, why it's essential to empower your employees to make mistakes, and how to provide a safe space for learning.
Lecture 17: Open Lecture
A lecture based on demand. The preliminary topic is Conflictology.
Lecture 18: Open Lecture
Another lecture on demand. The preliminary topic is Negotiations.
- Duration: Two months of active engagement
- Lectures: 18 live group studies, held twice a week, with extra sessions covering complex topics
- Assignments: 7 assignments, each with individual feedback
- Comprehensive Content:
- 30 dark practices, effective yet outdated, with failure examples
- 30 clear and actionable instructions for ethical management
- 15 practical working tools at your disposal
- 10-14 illuminating case studies, featuring both participant experiences and real-world author insights
- Interactive Learning: Engage in the course chat room for sharing experiences and networking opportunities
- Author Interaction: Benefit from ongoing communication and guidance from the course author
By the end of the program, you'll have access to the finest ethical management practices, a solid foundation in self-regulation, and sharpened communication and moderation skills. Plus, enjoy engaging in discussions with your colleagues as a bonus. ㅤ
Pricing and Packages
March 20, 2024
Standard price from
March 21, 2024
There will be two streams of this course.
The first stream in Russian will start in April 2024.
The second stream in English will start in May 2024.
After paying for the course, we will contact you to clarify which stream you would like to join.