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This Webinar is on Monday the 27th of January 2020 from 8:00AM to 9:30AM CET.

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The Suggested Reading

Ethical Breakdowns, Max H. Bazerman and Ann E. Tenbrunsel From the April 2011 HBR Issue

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The Session

Why Should we Bother with Ethics?

The webinar, facilitated by Mauro Locarnini, will look at whether and how ethics has anything to offer us as change agents.

The webinar will focus on three issues:

  1. A view of ethical decision making
  2. How we could use ethics to develop ethical organisations (and avoid ethical breakdowns) in the case of our clients and work
  3. Whether the concept of ethical leadership has anything to offer us as change agents

The Speaker

Peter Collins works extensively in with boards and leadership teams of Australian and international companies including in Indonesia, Brazil the US, with Government Departments, Defence, Police and community and sporting groups on issues of ethics. He is both the Executive Director of Peter Collins and Associates and the Director of the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship in ethics. He has played a leading role with investigations into ethical failures such as preliminary breath test falsification involving Victoria Police in Australia and in the ‘ball tampering’ incidents in cricket.

Peter undertook the Masters Course from Consulting and Coaching for Change at HEC Paris from 2015-17. Peter is a former McKinsey consultant and worked for two Federal Cabinet Ministers, the Minister for Foreign Affairs Alexander Downer and the Minister for Health, Michael Wooldridge. He is a regular guest lecturer at the business school HEC Paris and in Oxford University, where he is undertaking a D. Phil in ethics.