Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Ethical Decision Making – Supported by developing and maintaining an ethical corporate culture

Join FEI Canada and the Ethics Centre for our upcoming webinar: Ethical Decision Making – Supported by developing and maintaining an ethical corporate culture. Decisions that are made affect not just ourselves, but often, others around us as well. In business, ethical decision making is heavily influenced by the strength of your corporate culture.

During this webinar, learn about:

The elements of ethics in business,

The role of leaders, including CFOs, in shaping culture which drives ethical behavior in companies,

What the tone at the top looks like for one serial entrepreneur and

Setting and maintaining that tone in a large organization.

The four panelists for this webinar are:

Prof. Chris MacDonald is Director of the Ted Rogers Leadership Centre at Ryerson University and is responsible for the overall direction of the Centre’s research and education programs. He is also a non-resident Senior Scholar at Duke University’s Kenan Institute for Ethics. and Board member of the Ethics Centre CA.

Prof. Shai Dubey is an Adjunct Assistant Professor & Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Business Law at Queen’s University School of Business. Shai Dubey teaches courses in negotiations, cross-cultural management, ethics, domestic and international business law and entrepreneurship. He is also one of the instructors in the FEI Canada’s CFO Leadership Beyond Finance program.

Daniel Dubois is a serial entrepreneur who is the current co-founder and president of Key Living. He sold his last two venture-backed companies and joined Airbnb full-time where he managed growth in top tier markets. Most recently , Daniel spoke at the 2019 FEI Canada conference in the Disruptor session. Daniel also spoke on stage in front of 20,000 youth on We Day.

Ula Ubani is the Chief Ethics & Conduct Officer for BMO. Ula and her team are responsible for maintaining and promoting internal awareness and understanding of positive ethical business principles consistent with BMO’s values. This includes development and implementation of BMO’s Code of Conduct, annual ethics training and other targeted learning . Ula is also the Chair of the Ethics Centre Board of Directors.