Authentic, Successful and Honest in the Workplace
Wednesday 1st July 2015, 6.30pm
Crypt of St Paul's Cathedral
It is often difficult to reconcile a sense of moral duty with the demanding, and fundamentally profit-driven, structures of modern professional life. How can we engage our faith in professional arenas most productively? When should we stand up for a deeper vision of moral duty, and when might compromise be required? Can we bring our authentic self to work and still reach the highest levels of success?
This interactive 'fishbowl' seminar will explore the conflicts that people often find between their professional careers and faith-based identity, particularly from the perspective of young professionals in the beginning and middle stages of their careers.
Organised in partnership between St Paul's Institute, the City Sikhs Network and Faith in Leadership, the seminar will provide practical guidance in a participatory format to encourage attendees to express themselves and develop the bonds needed to be authentic, successful and honest in the workplace.
Dr Patrick McNamara - Visiting Professor of Politics and International Affairs, University of Nebraska
Barbara Ridpath - Director of St Paul's Institute
Denny Braggins - CEO of The Leadership Hub Ltd
Discussion moderated by Krish Raval - Director of Faith in Leadership
Places for this event are limited and registration is essential.
There is a £5 cost for tickets, which includes a drinks reception.
This event is organised by St Paul's Institute
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