Internal & External Communications

Ethical Questions: Vital for A Robust Culture

November 19, 2024

10:30 am - 11:30 am |

In a polarized time and world, do we avoid difficult ethical conversations? Just the opposite, we dive in headlong, immerse ourselves in it, and come out with confident shared ways to move forward. In this session, we will find out how to do this.

 

Ethics exploration forces us to examine ourselves and our work constantly, forcing us outside of what we know and accept. But all of us following our passion and trying to make the world a better place want to do better. We are leaders, we are busy, exhausted with a never-ending task list.  But in this session, we will pause and answer questions to practical ends:

 

  • What’s informing your work and life?
  • What are the ethical conflicts in your work?
  • Who is around you and who are you accountable to?
  • What are those questions that you must always ask for a robust organizational culture and how to practice this culture?
  • Why this is the best time, surrounded by conflicts and a polarized environment, to dive into ethics?

 


Approved for one point in Category 1.B -Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.

Speakers


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Ayesha Ganguly

Director of Development and Community Outreach, Amphibian Stage

Ayesha Ganguly serves as the Director of Development and Community Outreach at the nonprofit arts organization Amphibia Stage. She is also a founding member and board vice-chair for Transform 1012, a reparative justice and adaptive re-use project, transforming the former Ku Klux Klan headquarters in Fort Worth into the Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Healing. Her work in the last 2 decades has extensively focused on youth leadership, human rights, and civic engagement