Ethics for business - Complex Situations - Workshop SG 2020

Get the latest updates from the International Ethics Standards Board. Examine case studies of business ethics in action in the Singapore context, to refine the way you and your organisation make decisions and use ethics particularly in difficult situations. You will also learn practical tools to bring about changes in behaviour with those you interact with to reduce ethical risks.

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Overview

This workshop aims to keep you up to date with latest updates from the International Ethics Standards Board. Examine case studies of business ethics in action in the Singapore context, focusing on values, complexity, uncertainty and disruption. Through the course of the program, refine the way you and your organisation make decisions and use ethics particularly in difficult situations. You will learn practical tools to bring about changes in behaviour with those you interact with to reduce ethical risks.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Short update on the latest in the international ethics fields from IESB
  • 36 applied case studies of Ethics in action in the Singapore context focusing on values, complexity, uncertainty and disruption.
  • Explore the new view on ‘public interest’
  • Role of integrity and professional behaviour 
  • Using the latest behavioural science to improve decision making and ethics-in-action
  • Risk management for ethical issues

Trainer Profile

Joanne Flinn
Joanne Flinn, author, leadership expert and TEDx Speaker ‘How inspired leaders create value’. Joanne was a senior executive in several major multi- nationals in Asia, and is a published author. She has conducted training with PricewaterhouseCoopers, DBS, Bank Julius Baer AIS and CPA Australia. Joanne holds degrees in Finance, Investment, Economics, Law Masters of Science in Consulting and Coaching for Change jointly delivered by University of Oxford, Said Business School and HEC Paris. As the international artist, Booth Aster, she was the 2017 TEDx Artist in Residence at the ArtSciences Museum.

Objectives

  • Understand the key expectations influencing ethics in action
  • Discover insights from neuroscience and organisational change management to help ethical actions and reduce ethical risks
  • Apply your ethical processes to improve real life situations

Audience

The workshop is suitable for middle management level finance-based delegates including Finance Managers, Management Accountants, Financial Planners & Analysts.

Details

103123028

1 day

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