Undertaking an Ethical Transformation: The Importance of Cultivating and Fostering an Employee Engagement Programme

Dr. Caterina Bulgarella, an expert in organizational culture and behavioral ethics, alongside Rebecca Turco, SAI Global’s VP of Learning, discuss in Ethical Boardroom how the implementation of an effective employee engagement program and adopting an appropriate strategic cultural framework can set in motion the creation of a sustained ethical program.

"Many organizations focus on meeting their business and financial goals, they rarely speak about their culture goals or the importance of culture. If you do not have strong ethical culture then you run the risk of employees focusing on meeting their goals by any means necessary, including potential unethical and illegal decisions.

With the right culture you see businesses thriving, employees are happy and proud of where they work and they make the right decision for the business every time. They know what risks are acceptable to take, they know what risks they shouldn’t take and they know how to speak up. Culture is more than a word, more than a poster or a saying, it is the DNA of your business, and it absolutely needs to be managed and be front of mind for the whole business."

Rebecca Turco

VP of Learning, SAI Global

 

Read the full article here.

Published July 2019
 


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