Better Angels: Morality and Meaning in the Post-Pandemic Society

2021-06-15T15:53:11-04:00By |

America is emerging from the pandemic as a nation changed in fundamental ways, according to longitudinal weekly surveys from The Harris Poll. Harris data reveals that amidst the turbulence of 2020, public opinion has shifted on a range of issues from social values and voter priorities to expectations of business and leadership. And underscoring all these changes is the theme of morality as demands sound for a more equitable and just society. In a landscape scarred by loss, division, hatred, and inequality, there’s a larger role that business can play in creating a more prosperous and just society. This video is a small clip from the full session at Ethisphere's 2021 Global Ethics Summit event.

Employee Wellness, Burnout, and Mental Health

2021-06-15T15:55:20-04:00By |

In this panel, Tamsin Fast, Chief Compliance Officer at Aramark, Keturah Pestel, Director of Business Ethics at Thrivent, and Melissa Stapleton Barnes, SVP of ERM and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at Eli Lilly and Company, discuss ways for ethics and compliance teams to approach burnout and mental health, tools for balancing home and work lives, and how mental strain can affect ethical decision-making. This video is a small clip from the full session at Ethisphere's 2021 Global Ethics Summit event.

Behavioral Science and Ethical Culture

2021-06-15T15:58:14-04:00By |

Choice architecture. Nudge theory. Loss aversion. Anchoring. What do all these concepts have in common, and how can they make your conversations with employees more effective? Come hear how to leverage behavioral science and cognitive psychology to understand where people are creating risk - and how to stop it. The conversation includes Katie Lawler, Chief Ethics Officer at U.S. Bank, Matthew Solomon, Director of Ethical Culture at AT&T, Maryam Hussain, Partner, Forensic & Integrity Services at EY, and Erica Salmon Byrne, VP and Chair, BELA, Ethisphere. This video is a small clip from the full session at Ethisphere's 2021 Global Ethics Summit event.

Measuring Ethical Culture

2021-06-15T15:57:35-04:00By |

Culture is often defined as “the way we do things around here,” but to us, ethical culture is about whether employees know the way to do things – and whether they will ask questions when they need help. For the last several years we’ve been measuring ethical culture, and in this session, Ethisphere’s Erica Salmon Byrne will discuss what we see in our global dataset, and how you can use this data to effectuate real change. This video is a small clip from the full session at Ethisphere’s 2021 Global Ethics Summit event.

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