Building Community Capacity: AFOA Canada Workshop on Values and Ethics in the Aboriginal Workplace

Building Community Capacity: AFOA Canada Workshop on Values and Ethics in the Aboriginal Workplace

by ecnationtalk on October 23, 20131180 Views

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Building Community Capacity: AFOA Canada Workshop on Values and Ethics in the Aboriginal Workplace 

The “Values and Ethics in the Aboriginal Workplace” workshop will take place in Thunder Bay, ON on November 20 & 21, 2013. 

This workshop has been developed to provide participants with a broad understanding of creating and maintaining values and ethics within the Aboriginal workplace. The workshop covers the following areas: business ethics; how ethics relate to Aboriginal traditions; fundamentals of human resource management; how to develop a code of ethics for your organization; how the issue of ethics impacts governance and accountability; and all aspects of community and economic development activities. 

Workshop agenda topics:

  • Difference between ethics, values and morals
  • Creating a culture of ethical climate within an organization
  • Connection between leadership, values and ethics
  • Organizational Model for nurturing ethical behaviour
  • What makes a Code of Ethics effective or in-effective
  • Compliance based and value based ethics codes
  • Core values of traditional ethics and principles as they apply today in an Aboriginal or First Nations context

How to Register:

Click here to download the registration form or click here to register online today. 

For more information, please contact AFOA Canada at 1-866-722-2362 or visit www.afoa.ca

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