USB Botswana Alumni Business Dialogue and Networking

  Business Dialogue     Wednesday, 27 March 2019      Gaborone

Being ethical is easy when everything goes well and there are no pressures, but in the highly competitive environment today, it is not simple and easy anymore.

When no-one is looking – Business ethical compass and practices is the topic that will be discussed at our upcoming Business Dialogue and Networking event with Prof Arnold Smit, head of Social Impact at USB, and alumnus Gerald Nthebolan. This talk explores how to make the best use of one’s moral compass to remain ethical in business and build one’s success on an ethical reputation, notwithstanding significant business challenges and many seductions to engage in ethically questionable acts.

There will also be opportunity to network after the presentation. Book now!

Event details

Date: Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Time: 17:30 for 18:00 (ends at 21:00)

Venue: Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, Gaborone, Botswana | Map

More about the speakers

Prof Arnold Smit is head of Social Impact at USB. He is also an Associate Professor in Business in Society and his teaching, research and facilitation focus on the contextualisation and integration of ethics, responsibility and sustainability in management education and organisational practice. He is also a member of the Board of the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, a member of the PRME Advisory Committee, a member of the USB-ED International Advisory Board, the immediate past President of the Business Ethics Network of Africa, and a trustee of SEED Educational Trust.

Gerald Nthebolan is an Africa Directors Progamme alumnus of USB and Group Information Management Manager at Debswana.

Tags  Alumni, Business Dialogue, Networking, Ethics


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