MBA Master Class in Melbourne
Published: Tuesday 9th June 2015
Please join the School of Business in Melbourne for the MBA-Executive Free Masterclass on Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility: Building Ethical Cultures
ACU Melbourne Campus, 115 Victoria Parade
Early Childhood Centre Room B34 (Campus Map Building 9)
Access Campus Parking via Young Street
Access Early Childhood Centre Building via Graham St (along Young St).
13 June 2015
Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm (welcome to stay to 4:30pm)
Facilitators: Associate Professor Michael Segon and Mr Murali Neelamegam
Topic: Building Ethical Cultures – Lessons and Strategies from Australia and Abroad
Register by 11 June 2015
Drawing on specific examples and experience, this program highlights common errors made by Australian organisations, which can result in ineffective programs, while introducing best practice approaches for business.
Our Masterclass examines some of the key requirements for building ethical cultures in both private and public sectors as experienced by our Facilitators while working with Australian and International Organisations.
Background on Facilitators
Associate Professor Michael Segon
Associate Professor Michael Segon has held the position of Integrity Specialist with both KPMG and McGrath Nicol Consulting firms. He has worked with many clients in the development of ethical practice, conducted ethics audits, review of codes of ethics and conduct, and ethics training. Michael has written over 30 articles across ethics and management fields, and currently is in the process of finalising his forthcoming book "Bad People Bad Business: Strategies for detecting and avoiding Corporate Psychopaths”.
Mr Murali Neelamegam
Mr Murali Neelamegam has extensive management and organisational experience in fields of organisational change with his work with Telstra and specialised in cross cultural leadership with the Empower Group. Established in his consulting practice, Dynamic Wisdom, he now offers executive coaching and values based approaches to management and culture.
For more information please contact Ms Maxine Bradshaw, Email: Maxine.Bradshaw@acu.edu.au, Phone: 03 9230 8116