ILANZ GC Forum - Auckland
ILANZ General Counsel Forum
How ethical leadership contributes to an ethical work climate
Please join us in Auckland on Friday 16 November for the ILANZ-Bell Gully General Counsel Forum.
Many organisations have deployed a range of policies, from codes of conduct and whistle-blower procedures to training and applicant screening.
But amidst all these instruments, ethical leadership is probably cited as the most important factor. This is because ethical leadership can be seen as the crucial layer between organisational ethical values and norms, which are embedded in ethics policies and programmes on the one hand, and an ethical climate and employee ethical behaviour on the other hand.
Professor Karin Lasthuizen, from the Victoria University Business School, will share insights into how ethical leadership really works in practice, incorporating her most recent research findings which include a New Zealand context.
Professor Karin Lasthuizen
Professor Karin Lasthuizen is the inaugural Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership within the Business School at Victoria University of Wellington.
She is highly regarded in Europe for her research and consultancy work in ethical leadership and ethics management in the public sector, as well as her innovative research in the methodology of organisational unethical behaviour.
She has held numerous senior research and policy positions, including Associate Professor at VU University Amsterdam.
Karin grew up in the Netherlands. Before moving to Wellington mid 2016, Karin also worked part time as a city councillor for the Dutch Labour Party in her home city, Arnhem.
Please RSVP by clicking here. Lunch will be provided.