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Foundations Of Business Ethics Man00021c 2022

primbondh/ April 18, 2022/ business ethics

This is a course in Moral & Political Philosophy, as applied to the ethical problems faced by business, broadly defined to include private and public sectors. While the course connects individual and corporate ethical behaviour, the main focus will be on the latter. The course is designed to help students ‘think for themselves’, using ethical theory, and will encourage political and moral debate rather than providing simple answers. As you progress through the course, you’ll gain a deeper awareness of philosophical thinking, the skills of argument and presentation, and the methodology of philosophy. You’ll study business ethics in depth, and have the opportunity to select from a range of other modules offered by Henley Business School. Our team is committed to challenging unfair business practices, representing shareholders in petitions or actions against individual directors and providing robust advocacy in all aspects of commercial litigation.

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Foundations Of Business Ethics Man00021c 2022

primbondh/ February 28, 2022/ business ethics

We believe that an investment in business ethics drives sustainable business benefits, including higher levels of staff engagement, better and more consistent decision-making, and heightened levels of trust. We work closely with organisations to understand their needs and identify best practice in order to raise awareness of ethical issues and provide practical solutions. Companies that embrace ESG find that it improves their brand and ultimately increases profitability.

  • We seek to anticipate, prevent and mitigate potential negative human rights impacts through our policy and processes, which underpin our commitment to responsible business practices.
  • As you progress through the course, you’ll gain a deeper awareness of philosophical thinking, the skills of argument and presentation, and the methodology of philosophy.
  • We are committed to enable and embody ethical behaviours, and we continue to invest in our people and processes to ensure that we live up to the commitment.
  • English language requirements start as
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