Our events calendar is populated with a mixture of NIBE events or events from partner organisations and our wider network. All events profiled are connected to general business ethics or hone in on a contemporary ethical topic or concern. These events occur across the North East and are an opportunity to learn, reflect, debate, share best practice and most importantly, connect and network with others.
At NIBE, we guarantee a warm welcome and we look forward to meeting you at a future event.
What do companies and societies owe to one another? And how should what they owe be decided, regulated and enforced?
In this session, Emma will set the scene and outline a new idea, gaining ground, that there is a need for a ‘Social Licence’, which specifies the ethical and environmental conditions firms need to meet in order to gain their social licence to operate. Emma will explain how this might work in practice, both for firms and for regulators.
We are delighted to be joined by the following eminent local business leaders who will then discuss and debate the approach with Emma:
• Richard Baker, Managing Partner for EY in the Thames Valley and South
• Jonathan Firth, MD, MichaelPage Group
• Nick Bion, MD, Robert Bion & Co
• Will Barrett, MD, Francis Construction
There will be ample time for Q&A from the attendees.
North East Initiative on Business Ethics is kicking off a new series of NIBE events focusing on business ethics across different contexts and sectors.
This first online event is: Values based leadership; passion, purpose and performance in business. – an online event for young leaders and folx interested in how personal values influence and impact your leadership style. Across the session, you will grow your understanding of how embedding your personal values can not only transform your leadership skills – giving it renewed passion and purpose, but it can also transform the way we do business and our positive impact on the world.
This session is led by Mortal Fools, a purpose-driven and people-centred company. During this practical online session, you will hear from their leadership team about how a values-based approach is the 21st century way to structure and run a business; positively impacting not only your people, your projects and your purpose but also the all-important business bottom line. You’ll also hear from their Young Leaders, a group of young people Mortal Fools’ is supporting to develop their leadership practice to further enable their confidence and skills in social activism and active allyship.
During this session you will learn about:
- Personal Values – what does this mean and why is it important
- Mortal Fools 4 person-centred values and how they influence all areas of the business
- What values-based leadership looks like in practice and decision making,
- How a values-based approach impacts engagement, wellbeing and performance in
This event is free to attend – but pre-bookable. For any accessibility requirements or questions please email: email@example.com
About Mortal Fools
Mortal Fools is a multi award-winning theatre, drama and creative learning charity, co-creating theatre and creative projects with young people and professional artists. CONNECT is their unique training and professional development programme for organisations, teams and individuals that uses practical training to help people to grow, thrive and develop their leadership practice. You can find out more about Mortal Fools on their website: www.mortalfools.org.uk, social media
(@mortalfoolsuk) and YouTube Channel.