As trust in institutions has declined, self reliance is on the rise and the future depends on individual performance. This interactive one-hour workshop focuses on two essential qualities that will set you up for the future - trust and ethics. How can you build trust? What does ethics mean for you? Are the ethical goalposts shifting and how far will they go?
Highly respected Ethics Fellow, Clare Payne, will inspire by painting a picture of what is possible when you engage with trust and ethics.
12.45 for 1.00pm – 2.00pm
This fast paced workshop draws on Clare’s book, A Matter of Trust, particularly Chapter 7, ‘Ethics Informing Practice. Run over the course of an hour, you will gain:
The Context: Understand the ethical trends that will affect the way you work.
The Practice: Learn techniques to enhance trust in you, shifting the focus from re-building trust to being trustworthy.
Effective Communication: Learn the language of trust and ethics.
Clare Payne: EY Fellow for Trust and Ethics
Honorary Fellow, The University of Melbourne
Clare is a leading voice on ethics in society. She has a column in The Australian Financial Review and is the author of ‘A Matter of Trust – The Practice of Ethics in Finance’. Clare is a former employment lawyer who managed the Integrity office of Macquarie Bank and has been recognised as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and as one of the ‘100 Women of Influence’ in Australia.
The Next Chapter program is designed for those who are in transition, contemplating a portfolio career, or who are simply curious about working for or more effectively in the for-purpose sector. It will provide participants with a greater understanding of issues and opportunities in social inclusion and equity, a deeper appreciation of self, and provide frameworks to help forge a sustainable pathway to action.
Location: Premises of client’s choosing
Participants: Up to 16 (minimum 10