The role of professional bodies in setting expectations around culture Corporate Subscribers

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For this session we were interested to hear your thoughts and experiences surrounding the role of professional bodies in setting expectations around culture.

We also discussed how ethics is organised within professional bodies, and whether it would be useful to conduct a survey among members to gather more information on different approaches to this.

 

Informal Agenda

2021 03 02 - Informal Agenda

 

Secretary and Chair

Linn Byberg

Engagement Officer,Institute of Business Ethics

Dr Ian Peters MBE

Director,Institute of Business Ethics

 

What are Professional Bodies' Business Ethics Network (ProfBEN) meetings?

What are ProfBEN Meetings?

ProfBEN meetings provide a confidential forum for the sharing of both good practice and any challenges faced in encouraging professional ethics.

Who are ProfBEN Meetings for?

These meetings are open to supporters from professional and trade bodies (organisations with members) only.

Why attend a ProfBEN Meeting?

It is a unique opportunity to discuss with your peers the challenges, issues and successes of embedding ethical values within your profession.

 

 

Network Guide

ProfBEN: How to register
These meetings are open to supporters from professional and trade bodies (organisations with members) only.

To register for the meeting network members will need to login.

If you have not activated your online profile please request to set your password - you will then receive a link to do so via email. Once you have set your password you will be able to login and register for the meeting.

If you don't have a profile but think you fit the meeting criteria please email events@ibe.org.uk.

What happens next...

Once you have registered you will receive confirmation of your booking.

We look forward to you joining our online event, and we hope you stay safe and well. Please note that when attending our online training, your Health & Safety is your responsibility.

Chatham House Rule

To encourage frank discussion amongst participants and the open sharing of ideas and experiences, all IBE events take place under the Chatham House Rule unless stated otherwise. 

This means that participants are free to use the information received but neither the identity nor affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.