Business ethics: does it really matter?

April 2012 

These seminars have helped me and many others in facing up to current business challenges, providing a source of hope and encouragement. I strongly recommend them [Seamus McKeague, Managing Director, Creagh Concrete Products Ltd]

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In your workplace, have you ever been:

Faced with a difficult decision and felt isolated in that decision-making process, with nobody to advise you?
Influenced to change a decision, against your better judgement?
Placed in a situation where you felt discriminated against, manipulated, or felt your career development threatened by your peers?

If you have experienced any of these situations, you will know how serious they are, and that the outcome can have grave consequences.

This forum will provide you with insights on how to deal with these situations, how to lead your professional life, and how to manage your business relationships. You will benefit from the experience and insights of other participants, and clarify for yourself what values influence your decisions.

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Management Forum details

Led by: Dr Antonino Vaccaro, Assistant Professor of Business Ethics at IESE, rated the number one business school in Europe
Format: Moderated case study & interactive lecture
When: Saturday 28 April 2012
Meals: dinner included + tea/coffee on arrival
Venue: Lismullin Conference Centre, Navan, Co Meath (40 minutes by car from Dublin city centre)
Who should attend: Managers (preferably in their late 20s to late 30s)
Organised by: Lismullin Leadership Forum
Fee: €100 / £85

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Dr Antonino Vaccaro is Assistant Professor of Business Ethics at IESE and Academic Director of its Centre for Business in Society. Born in Sicily, he received an MSc in Engineering (Milan Polytechnic), a PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management (IST, Lisbon) and Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships in Ethics and Technology Policy (Carnegie Mellon University) and in Information Ethics (University of Oxford).

Before joining IESE, he served as Executive Director of the Centre for Ethics, Business and Economics at the Catholic University of Lisbon, and as an adjunct faculty at the Heinz School of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. He has worked in consultancy and applied research projects for Volkswagen, Tecnotree, Southern Company, and the Artsana Group.

He is a consultant to the Portuguese Police on projects related to the prevention of money-laundering and terrorist-financing. His articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including: Journal of Management Studies; Journal of Business Ethics; Ethics and Information Technology.

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