What Does a Culture of Ethical Accountability Look Like?
What does a culture of ethical accountability look like?
- What this might look like in the near future
- What is accountability in ethics
- What does ethical accountability look like in the workplace and how does culture support ethical decision making and behavior?
- How is it linked to trust and trustworthy cultures
- Is it possible to cultivate trustworthy cultures?
- Yes! But only if you know the culture within our organization before you move towards culture change
- How can we 'know culture'? Mizen tools
- An overview of CBI on fitness and probity and SEAR and how culture is so critical
||What Does a Culture of Ethical Accountability Look Like?
||Friday, 12th November, 2021
||Katy Dineen, Senior Associate - Mizen Group
||13:00 – 14:00
||1 hour LCOI, FCOI (Compliance), FCOI (Ethics), Professional Banker, Chartered Banker and Certified Bank Director
Meet the Speaker:
Katy Dineen, Senior Associate - Mizen Group
Katy Dineen is a senior associate at the Mizen Group and an assistant lecturer at University College Cork (UCC). For the Mizen Group, Katy advises on the construction of diagnostic instruments in relation to interdisciplinary research methods. These instruments are used to collect data on organisational culture. She has also provided a philosophical framework for Mizen’s operations, based on the idea of trustworthiness. At UCC, Katy lectures on value theory for the philosophy department, including moral philosophy and political theory. Her research focuses on the intersection between vulnerability and autonomy.
Katy has published in leading international peer reviewed journals, on the topics of hope, neurodiversity and moral education and she has forthcoming publications on the topics of gender and human dignity. Katy has also published in media outlets such as Irish Times, RTE Brainstorm, The Conversation and Business Insider.