Building Ethical Organizations With Inclusion Leadership
To empower leaders to develop ethical inclusion practices.
To examine methods of fostering inclusion in your work environments
To understand the what, why, where, who, and how to be an ethical leader and adhere to a set of principles and values. These include integrity, respect, trust, fairness, transparency, and honesty.
Employees come to their workplace with a set of morals, values, and perspectives. Many organizations treat ethics training as a one-time event, often limiting it to the onboarding process. Most companies address ethics, by adopting a code of conduct. However, leadership has an ethical responsibility to cultivate a culture of inclusion. Ethical organizations are well known as the employer of choice, attract the best candidates, and less likely to have fewer scandals and employee grievances.
This session qualifies for Ethics credit for HRCI and CLE (Arkansas Courts). For HRCI, include the ethics-themed activity in your recertification plan and check the required “ethics affirmation box” to submit your recertification application.
Tina Gilbert, Tina Gilbert
Chief Executive Officer at Next Level Training Solutions Group, LLC
Tina Gilbert, founder of Next Level Training Solutions Group, LLC — has more than 25 years of experience in the areas of training and organizational development, leadership, and employee engagement. Her consulting company has worked with local and state government agencies, corporate entities, faith-based and community groups. Tina’s mission is to add value to the lives of others, to help them grow, and develop so they can accomplish their goals. Tina is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing. She also holds a Master of Arts degree in Management Leadership from Webster University. She has an extensive background and multiple certifications in the adult learning process. Tina has worked as an independent certified coach, teacher and speaker with the John Maxwell team and is a certified facilitator with Franklin Covey, Development Dimensions International, Achieve Global, and Diversity and Inclusion certificate from eCornell University. She is the author of a book and journal titled Next Level Thinking 90 Days to Inspire your Best Life. She is a certified Minority Business Vendor with the State of Arkansas, and is a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, and serves on the Tea Rose Foundation board, as the Vice President. She loves spending time with her family and friends. The following quote by John C. Maxwell is a guiding purpose for Tina: “Success is knowing your purpose in life, growing to reach your maximum potential, and sowing seeds that benefit others.”