Corporate scandal often leads to talk of how we can shift business cultures to be more ethical. But is only culture to blame? And, what can organisations do on a day to day level to enable employees to act in an ethical way?
In this episode, we explore the how job design and management practices can drive ethical or unethical behaviour. We hear from Mel Green, Research Adviser at the CIPD, who shares the latest evidence from a review conducted by CIPD, the Center for Evidence-Based Management, and Australian National University on the risk factors for unethical behaviour. Kate Griffiths-Lambeth shares her experience of creating a ‘speaking out culture’ at Charles Stanley and Philippa Foster-Back, CBE, (Institute of Business Ethics) highlights the role that reward plays in business ethics.
Explores the role people professionals play in applying ethical values to organisational practice
Discover why organisational culture is an influential but problematic term, and why employers should focus on organisational climate to more readily enact positive change.
Guidance from research on how managers can deal with role overload, ambiguity and conflict in their teams to reduce ‘always-on’ expectations and maximise staff wellbeing and efficiency
Podcast 201: Listen to our podcast and explore how you can better understand the nuanced wellbeing needs of your people. Fundamentally, how best to address those needs and consider the required support.
Podcast 200: Listen to our podcast on the impact of hybrid working on organisational culture and whether organisations should mandate a return to the physical workplace.
Podcast 199: Listen to this podcast as we unpack how learning professionals can work smarter, not harder, to overcome capacity challenges and prioritise the right things