How to Create a Corporate Culture of Speaking Up (Not Shutting Up)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 - 1:00 to 2:00 pm ET
Join celebrated author, professor and ethicist Dr. Mary Gentile for a discussion on the importance of creating a corporate culture where employees have the skills, confidence and support to speak up and act on their values.
During the one hour live webinar, Dr. Gentile and MWU's Dr. Geoff Soloway will discuss:
- The importance of 'Giving Voice to Values'
- How to prepare managers for action: what do you do and say once you know what you think is right
- Ways to normalize the experience of 'values conflicts' in order to make them discussable
- How mindfulness helps create an environment of communication, openness and authenticity - key requirements for a respectful, ethical workplace
** 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 director of the Giving Voice to Values curriculum and Professor of Practice at University of Virginia-Darden School of Business. Her 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 Hamilton, Massachusetts.