Building a Speak Up/Listen Up Ethical Culture
Presented by Steve Miranda
Founder & CEO, Four Forces Consulting. LLC
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
8:30 - 10:45 AM
RECERTIFICATION CREDIT - This program is pending approval for 1.5 hours of SHRM and HRCI recertification credit.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Employee willingness to raise concerns is one of the most powerful - and often most fragile - elements of organizational cultures. HR Professionals often find themselves trying to facilitate the creation of empowering and innovative cultures while simultaneously dealing with the drive for results, shrinking budgets and ever-growing customer demands. Yet finding ways to encourage employees to both “Speak Up & Listen Up” can yield tremendous short-term and long-term benefits.
In this highly interactive session, you will participate in a discussion of both high-level strategies as well as practical tips on how both individuals and teams can facilitate the creation of “safe to speak” cultures which can simultaneously drive both engagement and innovation.
After attending this session, participants should be able to:
- Identify major trends organizations need to be aware of in order to effectively operate in today’s challenging environment.
- Find ways to effectively work through the ethical dilemmas created by the intersection of technology, globalization and HR practices.
- Implement simple tools and techniques to drive improved individual and organizational effectiveness.
- Understand the critical link between ethics and human resources.
8:30 - 9:00 am Breakfast and Networking
9:00 - 9:15 am Welcome and Announcements
9:15 - 10:45 am Program
10:45 am Closing
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Steve Miranda is a recognized Global HR expert. He is also a former Board member of the Ethics Compliance Initiative (www.ethics.org) as well as the former CHRO and Chief Ethics Officer for the Society for Human Resource Management (www.shrm.org). Steve has also held executive roles with Cornell University, Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies.
Steve Miranda currently holds an executive role at a United States Federal agency. He is also the CEO and founder of Four Forces Consulting, LLC. Previously, Steve was the Executive Director for Cornell University’s ILR School Executive Education and Human Capital Development team. Prior to joining Cornell, Steve was the Chief Human Resource officer as well as the Strategy and Chief Ethics Officer for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Before SHRM, Steve was an HR VP at Lucent Technologies (currently Nokia). At Lucent, Steve spent 3-1/2 years in Hong Kong providing HR leadership for Lucent’s 14,000 person Asia-Pacific business. He also led the development of HR strategies for Bell Laboratories, the world famous R&D engine that has generated eight Nobel Prizes. In addition to sitting on multiple Boards of Directors, Steve has been an advisor to three different start-up organizations as well as a past United States representative to the North American HR Management Association (NAHRMA).
His team’s work has appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, the BBC and many others. Steve has presented at multiple events worldwide, including the American Chamber of Commerce, The Chinese Ministry of Personnel Development, Major League Baseball, The George Bush Center for Intelligence and the National Institute for Health. He teaches at the graduate level as an adjunct professor at Cornell University, Georgetown University, China’s Renmin University and the Sasin Business School of Chulalongkorn University in Thailand. Steve holds a Bachelors in Liberal Arts and a Masters in Computer Science as well as the SPHR, GPHR and SHRM-SCP certifications. Having travelled to or worked in over 35 countries, he is intimately familiar with the many challenges facing global leaders as they develop their teams to face the challenges of increasingly volatile markets and economies.
Refund Policy: Refund requests must be made via email to email@example.com. No refunds will be provided for this event after January 7.