Hank Moore, Corporate Responsibility and Ethics, corporate Strategist, Business Consultant, business speaker, High level business strategy course for board level directors and decision makers.

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Corporate Responsibility and Ethics


Led by: Hank Moore

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What we learned from Enron and other corporate scandals.

Who should attend:

Top organizational executives and managers only. Selected non-managers and company heir apparents may be selected to learn these management topics.

Duration:

1 Day Course

Delegates:

Minimum 50, maximum 500 recommended.

Objectives:

Corporate Responsibility.

Implications of Enron and other corporate scandals upon business. How can your organization benefit from the failings of Enron and others. This puts business events of the last two years into perspective...covering a broader scope of subjects than has the mass media. Business ethics encompass much more than accounting fraud and stated values of stocks. Topics discussed include the society that produced business scandals, accountants and auditors, CEOs, spin doctoring and accountability issues with all managers.
Corporate Social Responsibility.

This is concerned with treating stakeholders of the company ethically or in a socially responsible manner. Consequently, behaving socially responsibly will increase the human development of stakeholders both within and outside the corporation.
Corporate Sustainability.

Aligns an organization's products and services with stakeholder expectations, thereby adding economic, environmental and social value. This looks at how good companies become better.
Corporate Governance.

Constitutes a balance between economic and social goals and between individual and community goals. The corporate governance framework is there to encourage the efficient use of resources and equally to require accountability for community stewardship of those resources.
Business Ethics.

Ethics is the science of morals in human conduct. Institutions must conduct many activities and processes which impact their general welfare. The issues go beyond nice rhetorics. Companies who fail to address ethical issues of the day are endangered species. Whatever the public expects of companies, then those companies should expect the same of themselves.
Crisis Lessons Learned.

Business and organizational stories do not hit the public consciousness until there is a crisis. People decry them and rest assured that such doings are not happening in their companies. Often, it is assumed that some protector or regulator will adequately address the issues. When the occurences are of high magnitude, the outcry becomes larger. As people see the events having a direct effect on their economy and livelihood, they take notice. Some of those events that had profound impacts upon us recently, examined in this chapter, include the collapse of Enron, Arthur Andersen, business after-effects from September 11th, Ford-Firestone, K-Mart and the dot.com bubble burst.
Corporate Responsibility in Practice.

The next trends and opportunities for business. This offers suggestions for serving mutual goals, fulfilling mutual responsibilities. and the effective use of organizational resources, talents and expertise. Also discussed will be ethics as part of the Big Picture, Situational Ethics, Codes of Ethics, Life Ethics, Managerial Ethics, Worker Ethics, Positioning oneself as ethical within the organization, Creating teamwork, both inside and outside the organization and Walking the Talk...Ethical Behaviour.

Topics / Content:

Full days of Think Tank training. Modular learning.
Pre-session consultations, including review of your Strategic Plan.
Up to 500-person class size.
Executive briefing. Structured management meetings.
Original produced resource manual, containing pertinent materials.
On-site followup sessions.
Executive mentoring and consultation.
Customization to your corporate culture and systems.
Additional linked workshops for other executives-managers.

Outcomes:

Learn strategies and methodologies for crafting the organization's Big Picture.
Understand how top-level management thinks and plans.
Learn from the pitfalls and failings of other organizations.
Expand the scope of thinking, while crystallizing local objectives and tactics.
Frame all future local work in the bigger-picture context.
Get the kind of top-level Think Tank that is not normally available in training venues.
Posture local managers to participate in crafting and refinement of future planning.

Costs:

Total workshop cost is 9750 + Vat.

Trainer Background:

Hank Moore

Hank Moore has presented Think Tanks for five U.S. Presidents. He is that rare 1 out of 500,000 senior business advisors: a Big Picture strategist, with original, cutting-edge ideas for creating, implementing and sustaining corporate growth throughout every sector of the organization. His Business Tree is a trademarked approach to growing, strengthening and evolving business, while mastering change.

As a Corporate Strategist, he works with boards of directors, CEOs and executive teams of corporations...guiding them toward a profitable Vision and increased shareholder value. He facilitates decision-maker "think tanks" based purely upon his own ideas and creative concepts.

He was a White House advisor to LBJ and was one of the authors of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the original trade with Mexico bill in 1965. He was an advisor to President George Bush, helping create the Thousand Points of Light program.

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