Change a Mind; Change a Life

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Catharyn A. Baird, CEO, EthicsGame

This webcast will present a creative approach to values-based leadership that helps people make thoughtful decisions during complex and changing times. Many people still search for “right” answers to difficult problems. This quest causes division, diminishes opportunities for thriving, and limits the effectiveness of leaders. Join us to learn how a new worldview can help change agents shape personal values and enhance an organization’s ability to be ethical and effective.

In this webcast you will:

• Learn to embrace an organic worldview
• Explore how small acts of moral courage shape an organization
• Build capacity for using imagination to resolve ethical tension


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Catharyn A. Baird
Catharyn A. Baird

CEO, EthicsGame

Catharyn Baird is the founder and CEO of EthicsGame and professor of business, emeritus, Regis University, Denver, Colorado. Her research has resulted in the development of the Ethical Lens Inventory, a typology that has been used by more than 550,000 people to determine their ethical preference and leadership style.

Baird, who earned her JD from Seattle University School of Law, has a unique approach to ethics and vibrant communication skills that have resulted in national recognition. EthicsGame’s leading-edge pedagogy was featured in the January/February 2013 BizEd. She is also a highly sought-out speaker for universities and professional organizations. She was featured as a TEDxMileHi presenter in June 2015, Ideas Unbridled. Her presentation, Ethics for People on the Move, explored how we define an ethical life and how we can leverage ethical plurality to wisely build strong cultures.


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