Leading training and consultancy firm Murabbi Consulting, dedicated to ethical leadership and value-driven HR, hosted the Ethical Leadership Summit yesterday, in conjunction with SMB’s Employment team.
Held at SMB’s offices, the event’s aim to discuss ethical dilemmas in business, politics and society was supported by a range of experts in the fields of employment, leadership, HR, development and management. Delegates were invited to participate in panel discussions and workshops, and hear talks by keynote speakers including Laurence Cockfroft (Transparency International), Keith Grint (Warwick Business School), Charlotte Sewell (COOK), Ruth Steinholtz (AreteWork LLP) and H.E. Ebrahim Rasool (former South African Ambassador to the USA).
The event was presented and concluded by Founding Director and Managing Partner of Murabbi, Nabeel Al-Azami, and SMB’s Partner and Head of Employment, Makbool Javaid. Tamara Ludlow, Employment Partner was on the panel for the morning discussion ‘Fundamental Ethical Questions’, how organisations address potential conflicts and inconsistencies between commercial considerations and ethical behaviours.
The other featured speakers and panellists were:
Andy Pellant (International Leadership specialist, Murabbi)
Julia Wellbelove (Psychologist and Head of Research, Roffey Park)
Neil Jameson (Senior Consultant, Murabbi)
Andra Moffat (L&D, HR and Management Consultant, Murabbi)
Adrian Lock (Senior Consultant, Roffey Park)
Dr Clare Holt (Academic, in the field of Leadership and Government)
The attendees were extremely positive in their feedback and SMB and Murabbi are planning to run future events on similar and related topics. Many thanks to our co-hosts, our speakers and all those who attended.
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