Looking to promote corporate ethics in your company? Whatever your level in the organization, you will find what you need in one of these courses! The first has been specifically designed for managers, while the second is for anyone who wants to make a difference. Using his philosopher’s perspective, Julian Baggini reveals what it truly means to be ethical as an employee, a manager, and an organization. You will also explore the different ways you can contribute to a virtuous organization where, by definition, everyone can thrive!
Building a good business requires deeds, not words.
Two eye-opening courses to embed ethics into the very core of your organization:
- Rethink Corporate Ethics
Most managers are good people and want to do the right thing. And yet somehow, a number of organizations still cause harm to others and to the environment. Others fail because of lapses in ethics. This course looks at business ethics from the philosopher’s perspective and offers tips on CSR policies, daily decisions, managing others and making your own contributions in a way that is consistent with your key ethical priorities.
- Rethink How You Contribute to Corporate Ethics
People generally want their contribution to their organization to be good for the people they work with, for the organization as a whole, and for the wider world. And yet in day-to-day actions, they don’t always live up to their ideals. This course offers you the opportunity to diagnose your ethical contributions and check whether you are truly working according to your values. It goes on to show how to develop the character that means the ethical choice is the easier choice to make.
Dr. Julian Baggini is a British philosopher, journalist, and the author of over 20 books about philosophy written for a general audience, including How the World Thinks, A Short History of Truth, The Ego Trick, Freedom Regained, and The Edge of Reason. He is co-founder of The Philosophers’ Magazine and is a regular columnist for international newspapers and magazines such as the Financial Times, The Guardian, Prospect and The Wall Street Journal. In addition to his work on philosophy, he has also written on corporate ethics, atheism, secularism, and the nature of national identity. In 2019 Dr. Baggini was named academic director of the UK’s Royal Institute of Philosophy.