What does the term 'ethical' mean today? And who cares? There is no easy answer to these questions, just as there is no one description for the term 'ethical'. In simplest terms it is 'doing the right thing and being fair'. The only difficulty is that 'the right thing' and 'fair' are movable feasts and depend on everyone's perception. What's more, they will mean different things in different circumstances and according to the particular situation of a team or organisation.There are many high-profile entities where ethical leadership has been challenged in recent times. It is all too easy to fall foul of correct behaviour.

In essence, most people would agree that honesty, transparency and good organisational values and beliefs that are consistently led by the Board prepare the ground for business dealings that have true integrity.  On a more detailed level it involves global and stakeholder compliance and regulation.

Impronta Ethical Intelligence Learning

Through individual or team coaching-led interventions we offer:

• An exploration and evaluation of Ethical Leadership in the entity with reference
  to vision and values. Depending on your market sector, these might include an
  exploration of:

    - fair-trade
    - globalisation
    - sustainability
    - social enterprise
    - cooperatives
    - employee ownership
    - micro-finance
    - wellbeing at work and the psychological contract

• Interactive learning and case studies that challenge the leader to understand
  and review the Ethical Model for your entity
• Expert ethical, leadership and behavioural coaching from our experienced team
• Return on Investment in learning. We aim to create a measurable
  change in your ethical management.

"I do emphatically believe that business can deliver social change and that being good is good for business." Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop.

“If you don’t have integrity, you have nothing. You can’t buy it. You can have all the money in the world, but if you are not a moral and ethical person, you really have nothing.” Henry Kravis, cofounder of the American private equity firm, KKR. Find out more about Ethical Intelligence: info@impronta.co.uk.

 

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