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June 2019

June meetup: Why RESPECT is critical for high performance

June 25 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Firefly Cellar Bar, The Three Guineas Station Road, Reading, RG1 1LY
Reading, RG1 1LY GB
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Based on the research done by Paul Marciano & Clinton himself, co-authors of “SuperTeams,” we will be exploring the five key dimensions of RESPECT that can unleash explosive performance, and, if not present, destroy the performance of even the highly talented.  Attendees will go away with practical steps they can take to use RESPECT as a powerful lever for enhanced performance. Agenda 6.30-7pm: Arrive and meet other attendees and members of the Ethical Reading team 7-7.05pm: Welcome and introduction 7.05-7.20pm:…

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Building Great Workplaces

June 28 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Shoosmiths, Apex Plaza Forbury Road, Reading, RG1 1AX
Reading, RG1 1AX GB
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Ethical Reading is delighted to invite you to our breakfast business briefing:” Building Great Workplaces”. We hope you can join us to explore what makes a great workplace where people are engaged, happy and productive – what are the key ingredients and what is the recipe? What you will learn Questions which will be discussed and thought through include: What makes a great workplace? What is the connection between a healthy workplace and an ethical culture? Is it helpful to…

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July 2019

ER webinar: Implicit bias – what does it mean for ethics at work?

July 19 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Reading, Reading
Reading, GB
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In June of 2018, Starbucks closed more than 1,200 stores across Canada so that its staff could participate in a “training session designed to address implicit bias”. What is implicit bias, how does it contrast with explicit bias, and what evidence is there that it exists? In this session, Nat will introduce the concept of implicit bias, its ethical implications, and he will discuss controversies over some of the evidence that psychologists have cited in support of the existence of…

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July meetup: How a goldfish called Wilson saved my life

July 23 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Firefly Cellar Bar, The Three Guineas Station Road, Reading, RG1 1LY
Reading, RG1 1LY GB
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Having suffered with deep depression, acts of ending his life and feeling very alone with no purpose in life, Jason got a goldfish, he called it 'Wilson'.  From that moment life changed and started to feel more positive, homely, and a small level of purpose in life.  With all of his life struggles weighing him down, not sharing his pain with friends and family, it was a goldfish called 'Wilson' that Jason reflects on the moment that changed his outlook…

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September 2019

Webinar: How ethical is your workplace?

September 20 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Reading, Reading
Reading, GB
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Following numerous corporate scandals the Financial Reporting Council has put a lot of effort recently into encouraging listed companies to improve their organisational culture. Tools and practises for understanding and assessing culture, including ethics, are however relatively new and there is no established best practice. Paul has been interested in this area for over twenty years and will outline some ways in which you and your colleagues can assess and improve your team’s and organisation’s ethical health. Joining the webinar…

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