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Dr Dave Webb. Giving Voice to Values (GVV): Overcoming Misconduct in the Workplace. [email protected] GVV and other ethics approaches. Edwards, M.G., Webb, D; Chappell, S. & Gentile, M. (forthcoming 2011). Giving Voice to Values (GVV). Thought experiment

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gvv and other ethics approaches
GVV and other ethics approaches

Edwards, M.G., Webb, D; Chappell, S. & Gentile, M. (forthcoming 2011)

giving voice to values gvv
Giving Voice to Values (GVV)
  • Thought experiment
  • “If I were to act on my values (in this values conflict situation) what would I say and do?”

Gentile 2010, p.xxxv

the process of finding and giving voice
The process of finding and giving voice

Edwards, M.G; Webb, D; Chappell, S & Gentile, M (forthcoming 2011)

rationalisations examples
Rationalisations: Examples
  • Expected or standard practice – “Everyone does this so it’s really standard practice”
  • Materiality – “It doesn’t really hurt anyone”
  • Locus of responsibility – “This is not my responsibility, I’m just following orders here”
  • Locus of loyalty – “I don’t want to hurt my reports/team/boss/company”

Gentile 2010, p.179

gvv process simplified
GVV process simplified
  • Define purpose and know thyself (self-knowledge)
  • Identify key parties and what’s at stake for each
  • Identify personal biases & rationalisations (inhibiting arguments: self-initiated and from others)
  • Identify support levers
  • Develop enabling arguments
  • Prepare and practise script
the leadership role culture of candor examples
The leadership role: Culture of candor examples
  • Tell the truth
  • Admit your mistakes
  • Encourage people to speak truth to power
  • Reward contrarians
  • Practise having unpleasant conversations
  • Build organisational support for transparency

O’Toole & Bennis (2009)

conclusions
Conclusions
  • GVV - Develops competences to have ethical conversations
  • Through practice potentially fewer episodes of workplace misconduct
  • Role of leaders is to establish a culture of candor and openness, one that encourages new ways of thinking and acting
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