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Giving Voice to Values: An Educators' Practicum (CONFERENCE)
DARDEN, Darden Conference PHA-0078 / Published March 5, 2019 / 1 pages.
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$950.00

Product Overview

Program Format: This day-and-a-half-long seminar will be conducted on-site at the Darden School's Sands Family Grounds, located in Arlington, Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.

Tuition & Certificates: $950.00 covers materials, breakfast, and lunch for the program.

Program Overview: Giving Voice to Values (GVV; www.GivingVoiceToValues.org) is an innovative approach to values-driven leadership development. Rather than a focus on ethical analysis, the GVV curriculum focuses on ethical implementation and asks the questions: "What if I were going to act on my values? What would I say and do? How could I be most effective?" This Practicum is primarily designed for business instructors as well as corporate and other organizational trainers who are seeking to master the use of the GVV pedagogical approach as well as to learn to develop their own custom GVV materials. The content is especially suited for educators in the areas of values-driven leadership, corporate ethics, compliance, learning and development, people management, and is also designed to be adapted across functions (such as accounting, economics, operations, and global management) as well as across professions (such as business, law, medicine, nursing, and engineering). Companies have used the approach in such diverse contexts as ethics training, leadership development, compliance and risk management, and workplace harassment training.

Program Outline: Introduction to the GVV framework. Introduction to the suite of GVV exercises and course materials (print, online, and video). Guest presenters will share their experiences developing and delivering the GVV curriculum (1) cross-functionally, (2) internationally, and (3) across various professions. Dr. Gentile will also be available to conduct 12 one-on-one 20 minute consultations during the afternoon of June 5 on a first-come first-served basis. To reserve your seat and for additional information, please email leflare@darden.virginia.edu.


Learning Objectives

Outcomes and Impact: Participants will be introduced to the GVV pedagogical approach and learn how they can implement it in their disciplines, organizations, and local community. Participants will become familiar with the wide range of existing GVV materials available to them. Participants will be introduced to a process for developing their own custom GVV course materials. Participants will learn how different organizations have incorporated GVV into their corporate culture. Participants will have the opportunity to suggest future potential for the GVV curriculum in the educational and corporate spheres, as well as others.

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  • Overview

    Program Format: This day-and-a-half-long seminar will be conducted on-site at the Darden School's Sands Family Grounds, located in Arlington, Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.

    Tuition & Certificates: $950.00 covers materials, breakfast, and lunch for the program.

    Program Overview: Giving Voice to Values (GVV; www.GivingVoiceToValues.org) is an innovative approach to values-driven leadership development. Rather than a focus on ethical analysis, the GVV curriculum focuses on ethical implementation and asks the questions: "What if I were going to act on my values? What would I say and do? How could I be most effective?" This Practicum is primarily designed for business instructors as well as corporate and other organizational trainers who are seeking to master the use of the GVV pedagogical approach as well as to learn to develop their own custom GVV materials. The content is especially suited for educators in the areas of values-driven leadership, corporate ethics, compliance, learning and development, people management, and is also designed to be adapted across functions (such as accounting, economics, operations, and global management) as well as across professions (such as business, law, medicine, nursing, and engineering). Companies have used the approach in such diverse contexts as ethics training, leadership development, compliance and risk management, and workplace harassment training.

    Program Outline: Introduction to the GVV framework. Introduction to the suite of GVV exercises and course materials (print, online, and video). Guest presenters will share their experiences developing and delivering the GVV curriculum (1) cross-functionally, (2) internationally, and (3) across various professions. Dr. Gentile will also be available to conduct 12 one-on-one 20 minute consultations during the afternoon of June 5 on a first-come first-served basis. To reserve your seat and for additional information, please email leflare@darden.virginia.edu.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    Outcomes and Impact: Participants will be introduced to the GVV pedagogical approach and learn how they can implement it in their disciplines, organizations, and local community. Participants will become familiar with the wide range of existing GVV materials available to them. Participants will be introduced to a process for developing their own custom GVV course materials. Participants will learn how different organizations have incorporated GVV into their corporate culture. Participants will have the opportunity to suggest future potential for the GVV curriculum in the educational and corporate spheres, as well as others.