Ethical behaviour is a leadership choice that informs all aspects of our occupational and personal lives. It goes far wider than corporate social responsibility and is therefore the driver behind the Ethics Forum.
The Ethics Forum has been established by Newcastle University Business School and the Bridge Club to catalyse a regional network of individuals interested in organisational and business ethics. It is open to business people, individuals and academics from the North East region and beyond and designed to bridge the gap between academic theory and organisational practice.
Ethics Forum Events will be listed below when available. See also the forthcoming Business School events
The Forum provides a series of ‘speak-easy’ events, free to attend and featuring high-profile guest speakers. These events are held three times a year, and recent contributors have included Philip Angier, Chairman of the Board of Shared Interest, Mags Vaughan, Business Director of Traidcraft, Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty, Sir Robert Worcester, founder of MORI and Sir George Russell, Deputy Chairman of ITV.
We want to provide an opportunity for businesses large and small, academics, professionals and representatives from the public and voluntary sectors to meet on neutral ground, query existing practice and put ethics at the centre of decision-making.
If you would like to discuss the forum please email email@example.com
If you would like to be kept posted of forthcoming Forum events, please contact Ruth Warwick, Events Coordinator on 0191 243 0855 or firstname.lastname@example.org