How to Encourage Employees to Speak Up, Not Shut Up

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 - 1:00 to 2:00 pm ET


MindWell-U and its partners at Whistleblower Security have invited esteemed professor, author and ethicist Dr. Mary Gentile to participate in a one hour live discussion on:

  • The need to give employees the skills, confidence and support to raise workplace issues that don't align with their values
  • Teaching managers what to do and say when they know what they think is right
  • The importance of normalizing the experience of 'values conflicts' in the workplace in order to make them discussable
  • How mindfulness supports an ethical culture by increasing communication, empathy and authenticity

** If you can’t attend the live broadcast register anyway and we’ll send you the recording as soon as it's available **

MARY C. GENTILE, Ph.D. consults on management education and values-driven leadership. In her 10-year tenure at Harvard Business School, she developed and taught the school’s first course on managing diversity, and helped design and taught its first required module on ethical decision-making. Currently she is Professor of Practice at University of Virginia-Darden School of Business and Creator/Director of Giving Voice To Values, an innovative approach to values-driven leadership development that has been piloted in more than 1,025 educational and organizational settings on all seven continents. Dr. Gentile's articles have appeared in Harvard Business Review, strategy+business, BizEd, CFO Magazine, and Risk Management, and she has written several books on ethics and diversity. She lives in Newburyport, Massachusetts.