If you're planning to capture the zeitgeist and begin the journey towards implementing an ethics policy our friends at the North East Initiative on Business Ethics (NIBE) have been working with regional businesses on a toolkit that will help. NIBE’s Ethical Business Toolkit, developed by businesses for businesses, will be launched on 11th February between 2-3pm.
Chaired by Caroline Theobald, this hour-long event with tell you what the online toolkit is, why it’s suitable for organisations, teams and the self-employed and how you can use it to explore and develop your business ethics as we emerge from the pandemic.
Graeme Whitfield, Business Editor of The Journal, is the key note speaker. He will share his perspective on why business ethics is important. Mortal Fools, the drama, theatre and learning company, will lead an interactive activity around personal values and how they influence behaviour and decision making. Attendance to this digital event is free but you need to pre-register.
Register to this FREE event on 11th Feb, 2pm here
Planning the impossible?
Mark Wong took recently took part in FIRST Level 1 in Understanding Enterprise and was driven by his own personal values since then he is really ramping up his plans for Impossibrew.co
He plans to “change the future of drinking with The World’s First Beer Alternative designed to naturally-mimic the relaxing effects of drinking without alcohol.” Find out more about his exciting plans for the year ahead in this recent article