10 June, 2014 | (01 hr)

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According to recent research by The Conference Board, building trust with employees, customers, and the public is a critical leadership challenge. This issue is of particular concern for the financial services industry, which has had to confront trust issues of many kinds during the last decade. 

In this webcast, our guest from Rabobank will give insight into how they have embedded an ethical culture in their organization and educated employees about ethical decision making when the situations are quite gray. 

Key Learnings:

  • Embedding ethics into organizational decision making
  • What role does the ethics office play in building an ethical culture
  • How should an ethics office be organized to have maximum impact


Speakers

Fran├žoise Rost van Tonningen

Fran├žoise Rost van Tonningen
Manager Ethics Office
Rabobank Nederland

Françoise Rost van Tonningen studied Sociology and Communication Sciences in Utrecht and Amsterdam. Since her graduation, she has completed several marketing and banking courses. She has been working at Rabobank for over twenty years, in di... Full Bio

Gretchen Winter

Gretchen Winter (Moderator)
Executive Director, Center for Professional Responsibility in Business and Society
College of Business at University of Illinois

Ms. Winter is the executive director of the Center for Professional Responsibility in Business and Society at the College of Business at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (the "Center"). Her office is located at the Illini Center in C... Full Bio

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