CPD 4 2016: A Practical Guide to Ethical Leadership

CPD 4 2016: A Practical Guide to Ethical Leadership

IMI CPD For Managers

Our fourth workshop in our 2016 series of CPD Workshops for Managers kicks of on Tuesday December 6th, with a session on A Practical Guide to Ethical Leadership led by Ros O’Shea, IMI Associate Faculty and Colm Foster, Director of Executive Education at IMI . 

Ros and Colm will explore the case for integrity-based leadership. Outlining the personal characteristics and skills needed to lead with integrity and moral courage as well as the best practice building blocks to support a framework for ethical leadership within the organisation, this session will equip you with an “ethical leadership toolbox”
to take back to your organisation

 

Date: December 6th 2016

Time: Registration 8.00am – 8.30am | Workshop 8.30am – 10.00am

Venue: IMI Conference Centre, Sandyford, Dublin 16

Fees: See separate tab.

Registration: Please register here. 

 

About IMI CPD

Aimed at mid to senior level managers, our quarterly CPD Workshops and Management Digests are designed to ensure you and your team are constantly refreshing and enhancing your management and leadership knowhow. Facilitated by IMI Faculty, our CPD Workshops focus on live Best Practice Management themes. A companion quarterly digest from the IMI Knowledge Centre, highlights the latest management thinking on the theme of the day in an accessible format and ensures you are always up to date with new ideas.

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Our fourth workshop in our 2016 series of CPD Workshops for Managers kicks of on Tuesday December 6th, with a session on A Practical Guide to Ethical Leadership led by Ros O’Shea, IMI Associate Faculty and Colm Foster, Director of Executive Education at IMI . 

Ros and Colm will explore the case for integrity-based leadership. Outlining the personal characteristics and skills needed to lead with integrity and moral courage as well as the best practice building blocks to support a framework for ethical leadership within the organisation, this session will equip you with an “ethical leadership toolbox” to take back to your organisation

 

ros & colm

Colm Foster

Director of Executive Education at IMI

Colm Foster has over twenty years experience with Ernst & Young in Ireland and Australia and Diageo plc, the world’s largest premium beverage alcohol company. For seven years Colm has operated as a leadership development consultant to organisations in the US, Asia and Ireland; specialising in Emotional Intelligence while lecturing in a number of business schools in Ireland and Singapore.
Colm has led a number of strategic change projects and change programmes as finance and strategy director in Baileys Supply and operations director in Diageo International and now leverages that experience to help organisations and their leadership teams to optimise growth and capitalise on business opportunities.

Ros O’Shea

IMI Associate Faculty

Ros has just recently joined as as IMI Associate Faculty where she also lectures on the IMI Diploma in Leadership and a range of other programmes for the IMI. Her teaching focus is ethical leadership, governance and compliance. She is the principal of Acorn Governance Services, a consulting firm providing advice, training and support in the areas of corporate governance, compliance and business ethics. She is also an independent director and sits on the Board of the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital. A Chartered Accountant by profession, having completed her training at PWC, Ros has more than 15 years experience working with the Board and Executive Committees of CRH plc and Smurfit Kappa Group plc. Recently, as Head of Group Compliance & Ethics at CRH plc, she was responsible for the strategy, direction and delivery of the Group’s global compliance and ethics programme

Fee:

IMI Corporate & Personal Members – Complimentary

IMI Alumni – €25.00

Non-members – €125.00

 

Registration:

Please register here. 

Please note that registration will close at 5pm on Monday March 07th.

Location
IMI Conference Centre,
Sandyford Road,
Dublin 16