Giving Voice to Values: Reframing the Questions We Ask About Values-Driven Leadership
In a recent article in Stanford Social Innovation Review, Professor Mary Gentile suggests that management education is facing an existential crisis, and addressing it will mean focusing not on whether to behave ethically and responsibly, but on how to do so effectively.
Giving Voice to Values as a Professional Physician: New Medical Ethics Book
Giving Voice to Values as a Professional Physician: An Introduction to Medical Ethics by Ira Bedzow weaves contemporary views of medical professionalism with the powerful vision of Giving Voice to Values to create a novel take on virtue ethics.
Taxes and the Cannabis Business: New Case Study Available at Darden Business Publishing
The manufacture, sale and use of marijuana is on the rise, and with it, ethical dilemmas for managers. This new case by Steven Mintz and William F. Miller helps leaders navigate implications of the new cannabis landscape.
Call for Papers! Prospective Contributors to People + Strategy Journal
An upcoming issue of People + Strategy Journal will provide strategic suggestions that help people implement, discuss and hold true to their values. Articles should range from 2,500 to 3,500 words, and proposals are due 9 February 2019. Contact Professor Mary Gentile for details.
VIDEO: The Power of Moral Muscle Memory
Professor Mary Gentile discusses the power of moral muscle memory in a video filmed by the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership.
VIDEO: Giving Voice to Values: The 'How' of Business Ethics
What are the steps you should take if you decide to act on your values in the workplace? Professor Mary Gentile shares tips in her recent talk for the Financial Management Network and the Baruch College's Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity.
Giving Voice To Values Audiobook Now Available
The audiobook version of Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right by Tantor Media is now available.
A New Offering of the GVV MOOC Launches Every Fourth Monday
The GVV MOOC, Ethical Leadership Through Giving Voice to Values, launched by UVA Darden and Coursera, is available every fourth Monday.
GVV AROUND THE WORLD
GVV is active internationally and growing, with over 1,075 pilots in education, business, and fields such as nursing, medicine, law and engineering. In recent months, we have worked to integrate GVV into the Wealth Management Institute trainings in Singapore and GVV will have been featured in the United Arab Emirates at Mubadalla Group and Etihad Aviation, as well as at Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Annual convening/Colorado State University/ University of Northern Colorado/University of Wyoming, University of Akron, Notre Dame University Mendoza School of Business, Penn State program on Diversity and Inclusion, Academy of Management, American Accounting Association, Aspen Program for Ethical Healthcare Leadership, CFA Institute Financial Management Seminar, Chicago and Quorum Annual Convening on "How Women Lead" in NYC.
Arabic translations of selected GVV materials from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco, will be available in 2019. Watch for more information soon. Visit the GVV Around the World section of our website for more on GVV's global reach and impact.
FOR ACADEMIC & CORPORATE EDUCATION
Giving Voice to Values course materials and curricula with UVA Darden Business Publishing
Nomadic Learning offers a series of six online, interactive, social cohort-based customizable modules on GVV for corporate users. Read the latest Nomadic blog post from Professor Mary Gentile.
Giving Voice to Values
Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right
GVV Curriculum and Materials at UVA Darden Business Publishing
GVV MOOC Information and Registration
Contact Mary Gentile
Professor of Practice
University of Virginia Darden School of Business
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University of Virginia Darden School of Business | 100 Darden Blvd, Charlottesville, VA 22903
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