The IBE has a wealth of practical experience of business ethics to share and can offer advice to organisations on a wide range of issues
The IBE’s approach is to help and advise organisations when they request our assistance with their business ethics challenges. Our role is that of critical friend. By working with organisations in this way, we also ensure that our work programmes and knowledge base are up-to-date and we are able to recognise and share good practice in applied business ethics.
If you would like to explore how the IBE might help with any aspect of an existing or future ethics programme, please contact us.
Assistance in drafting new codes of ethics for a global corporations or an SME; critical review, benchmarking and feedback of existing code of ethics.
Advice on ethics policies such as ethics in decision-making, tax planning, gifts and hospitality, anti-bribery and corruption.
Bespoke board, manager and end-user level training for use in-house; assistance with developing dilemmas; advising on e-learning programmes, communication and videos and other methods of employee engagement.
Benchmarking and survey work
We can benchmark your code against industry peers or other global companies relevant to your organisation/industry.
We provide advice to government and support corporate consultations/reviews. Past assistance includes the Woolf Committee on BAE Systems, Committee on Standards in Public Life, Salz Review on Barclays, FSA consultations, Banking Standards Review
The IBE provided valuable input during the development of our compliance programme.
Their creative assistance with the communications and training materials meant that these were fun, entertaining and to the point. Their feedback on our Code of Conduct included relevant benchmark data to ensure we were consistent with the best practice in our sector.
Most importantly, as a trusted adviser in addressing compliance issues, I have found that the IBE brings discretion, wisdom and sensible practical advice.
Director of Compliance, Global Luxury Hospitality Group
The IBE Say No Toolkithelps organisations provide guidance to their employees facing situations that might lead to bribery and corruption
IBE's e-learning course is an introduction to business ethics and designed to raise awareness of what business ethics is about and help people understand why ethical standards in the workplace matter