Whilst training programs alone can help raise awareness and understanding of what constitutes ethical behaviour and the psychology of ethicality, dialogue that promotes both introspection – understanding our own core values and how we try to live them – and an understanding and appreciation of wider and different perspectives – is what really shifts the dial. Connecting with our own values reinforces our ability to self-police against unethical behaviour. Connecting with wider perspectives helps us question and break free from unethical assumptions we have absorbed from the shared narrative of our immediate working environment.
Ethical mentors are trained to help others, through dialogue, explore their own values, challenge the ethicality of their thinking and come to decisions that take broader perspectives into account.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this webinar:
- Why Ethical Mentoring is gaining momentum around the world
- How Ethical Mentoring works
- How organisations have implemented Ethical Mentoring
- Melissa Richardson, Managing Director Art of Mentoring
- Professor David Clutterbuck, David Clutterbuck Partnership