Ethics The Value of a Corporate Code of Conduct Sponsored by Jeffrey Gregory
Ethics: The Value of a Corporate Code of Conduct Sponsored by Jeffrey Gregory of Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc.
An interactive online zoom call on December 15th at 07:00 pm Eastern Time
Only $25.00 for Two CPA Ethics CPD Hours
The importance of a clear, meaningful, and actionable strategy is driven by well developed Mission, Vision, and Values. A thoughtful code of conduct (and ethics) can significantly improve the value proposition of a company, simplify Human Resources, reduce overall risk, and drive differentiation.
This talk will go over the value of a corporate code of conduct (and ethics) at multiple levels of business, its uses, a method to simplify its communication to stakeholders and organization, and its importance in driving quality control.
This Talk Will Cover:
- Introduction: What and Why
- Types and Examples (including some frameworks)
- Ethical dilemmas – why it isn’t as easy as it sounds
- How to do it Wrong
- How to do it Right
- Consequences (good and bad)
About the Speaker
Rahi S. Tajzadeh
President, The Big Leaf | CMC GTA Chapter Board Member | FCMC Canada Board Member | CMC GTA Chapter Professional Development Chair | CEO, KnowQuest Inc.
Mr. Tajzadeh is a Certified Management Consultant, Master of Science in Management, and a Bachelor of Commerce specializing in strategy, research, and entrepreneurship. With a background in entrepreneurship, consulting, and research, he brings a unique perspective and set of tools to better identify opportunities, craft strategy, and execute.
Mr. Tajzadeh has been coaching, advising, and mentoring business leaders, entrepreneurs, and students for more than two decades. Mr. Tajzadeh taught Entrepreneurship at Brock University, was a regular guest speaker in various Universities and organizations, a speaker at Incubators across Ontario and Quebec Canada, and leads The Big Leaf’s Experiential Learning Project, which to date, has seen more than 1,000 students from Canada, Australia, The U.K., and The U.S., take part in more than 100 projects, along with 71 higher education institutions.
Mr. Tajzadeh has launched several start-ups over the last 18 years, including in solar energy, management consulting, academic feedback, and advanced feedback. He volunteers his time helping entrepreneurs, young professionals who wish to enter the consulting industry, as well as start-ups seeking knowledge and guidance.
About The Big Leaf
A boutique consulting firm that combines high ethical values with an entrepreneurial approach to craft bold solutions. The Big Leaf is comprised of a diverse team of professional subject matter experts. Members are professionals in their field and follow one of the most stringent codes of conduct and ethics in consulting.
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