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Ethics Embedded –

A workshop with a major division of one of the world’s largest multinational corporations to guide their vision of embedding an ethical culture and improving sustainable profitability.

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ONE OF THE MOST WELL-KNOWN global manufacturing & engineering corporations wished to create an ethical culture as the core of their long-term success.  A code of conduct already existed, that employees signed up to worldwide. The organisation had a structure for ethical compliance but the CEO felt they needed something much more compelling than a tick-box exercise that can be circumvented.
LeaderShape Global facilitated a workshop for the senior leadership team, during a forum convened in the UK. The senior leadership team of 16 world-wide executives were keen to explore if and how developing an ethical culture could both drive and live in harmony with sustainable profitability and overall success. LeaderShape’s John Knights and Greg Young asked, “Why do you think being ethical is important for your company?”

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