“The Art of Courage at Work: Developing a professional moral courage framework to better prepare, respond to, and flourish within the socio-economic pressures of today’s organizational climate.”
More than ever, the perceived moral conduct of an organization within its messaging, intentions, and actions can have a devastating effect on survival of an organization, a team, or an individual leader. HR/OD professionals are uniquely positioned to assist their customers and clients in developing a clear and consistent professional moral courage framework, thereby helping to prevent individual and organizational catastrophes.
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES (KLO’s): By the end of the session the HR/OD professionals gathered will have the tools and information to:
- Develop a professional moral courage inventory and understand their personal style within in.
- Strengthen others to respond and lead within a daily, consistent, professional courage framework.
- Be able to discuss crucial topics with clients and leaders such as everyday ethics, reactive/responsive perceptions, collateral risks, productive entropy, as well as social-economic pressure.
- Develop an understanding of the framework, so it is ready to implement within internal and external HR/OD professional environments.
Speaker Bio - Bartholomew Reid
For close to three decades Bartholomew (Bart) has consulted, both internally and externally, as an organizational development leader for a diverse group of organizations. His mission and passion are to strengthen individual leaders and organizations, so they flourish within their mission, call, and competency. He is a convention and workshop speaker on topics such as leadership and moral efficacy, transformational leadership, and leadership within failure. Bart has been the CEO of Progenisys, an OD firm, over a decade. He is currently a Senior Global Organizational Development Expert for the Albemarle Corporation, headquartered in Charlotte, NC.
Bart completed his undergraduate degree in Organizational Development. His graduate work was finished with a specialization in Spiritual and Leadership Formation. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Organizational Leadership, with a research focus on professional moral courage and its impact on decision making and organizational resiliency.
8:30 - 9:00 -- Continental Breakfast
9:00-- 12:30 Program
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