TIGERoadshows draw together highly regarded speakers, corporate delegates, social entrepreneurs and local authorities around embedding integrity and trust into our organisations and business life.
The aim is to explore and understand the ethical dimension as a fundamental aspect of good business; to propagate new social and ethical enterprise models; and to share in the learning and experiences of leading practitioners. The Roadshow is also a forum for access to specialist organisational and personal support, consultancy and networks. This will help you to implement the organisational changes that bring about the right ethical values for a good organisation.
This will be a compelling, lively and thought provoking event, coming at a critical time. Join us to learn from people and organisations who are getting it right. Let’s get motivated by a dynamic day and a shared commitment to economic change.
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Wednesday 7 May 2014
- Welcome from Mike Smith, Head of IofC UK’s Business Programmes
- Lady Susan Rice, Managing Director, Lloyds Banking Group Scotland will give the opening words of welcome to the day.
- Margaret Heffernan – presenting her new book A Bigger Prize. This session will look at how businesses can stop competing and start winning through creative collaboration. Margaret will reveal how blind pursuit of success in business and life limits our opportunities and keeps us from positive choices. She argues that instead of allowing ourselves to be slaves to competition, we should tap into natural reserves of altruism, collaboration and cooperation
- David Erdal, is a leading advocate of employee owned companies and author of the book ‘Beyond the Corporation: Humanity working’.
- Dr Deborah Benson, former MD of Miller Homes.
- Tony Bradley, Director of The SEED Centre (for Social & Ethical Enterprise Development) within Liverpool Hope Business School.
- Pat Armstrong, Chief Executive of the Association of Chief Officers in Scottish Voluntary Organisations (ACOSVO).
- Ian Monteague, Chair of Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse (FARE), Glasgow.
- Working sessions – lessons from the day in syndicates and proposed next steps. learning and action points from group discussions.
- Feedback to the plenary and conclusion to the day led by Mike Smith.
To ensure maximum interaction with speakers and to encourage positive networking, spaces limited to 60 people and are on a first come first served basis. To book a place on this unique event contact Talia Smith Business Programmes Project Manager, Initiatives of Change, firstname.lastname@example.org
£60 per person. Price includes: refreshments, lunch, networking opportunities, discussions, presentations by local successful social enterprises and Q&As with the speakers.
Read what The Scotsman/ Scotland on Sunday has to say about the conference HERE