Ethics for the Consulting Professional: A Workshop for Business/Organization Consultants, HR Professionals, and Mental Health Professionals
February 23, 2004
Workshop: Ethics for the Consulting Professional
CE Credits : 3 CE Units
Presenters: Gus Murby and Detlev Suderow
Where: Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, 221 Rivermoor Street, West Roxbury
When: Saturday, February 28 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Registration: $65. Open to psychologists, HR professionals, mental health professionals, business consultants. Call 617-327-6777.
Workshop focuses on the ethical dimensions of consulting practice, and how professionals can best face dilemmas of conscience and sometimes, regulations and law, in the work setting. Program will encompass two presentations and several breakout meetings, including one on developing an ethical compass. Other presentations and discussions will be case and issue-focused, on topics such as:
- Who is the client – the organization or the individual?
- Ethical HR practice in a shrinking, outsourcing organization.
- Are there standards for an ethical consulting practice?
- What process could be used in my practice?
Workshop has been designed for professionals working in a variety of environments, including corporate and not-for-profit.
Presenter Gus Murby is Executive Partner and co-founder of Lexington Leadership Partners. He is the former partner and head of the Organizational Effectiveness and Development Division’s Project Management/Change Implementation Practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P, where he created an ethics program.
Presenter Detlev Suderow is Senior Vice President of Human Resources at FLIR Systems, Inc. Detlev headed up the effort at FLIR to develop and implement its “Code of Ethical Business Practices” and serves as the Corporate Compliance Officer.