January 2020 Dinner Meeting

January 21, 2020
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Maggiano’s Little Italy - Tysons Galleria
2001 International Drive
McLean, VA 22102
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Please join us for a dinner meeting on “How organizational culture and strategy can influence good people’s engagement in unethical behavior” with speaker Camelia Fawzy, DM,MBA, Senior Management Consultant, Researcher, Training Design and Facilitator, Coach.

Learning Objectives and Program Content: This presentation is rooted in the assumption that most people have the capacity to engage in both ethical or unethical decision making. The path employees pursue when faced with an ethical dilemma depends not only on their capacity to think ethically but also, and maybe more importantly, on the organizational culture and structures that guide their decisions. Together we will examine:

  • Legal but unethical. Sounds familiar? Individual backgrounds and the capacity to address ethical dilemmas effectively
  • Ethics- key theories/philosophies affecting our frame of mind. Exercise
  • Organizational culture and climate that empowers engagement in ethical behavior
  • Leaders’ role in developing organizational strategy and structures that facilitate ethical decision making

 

Program Level: Basic

Field of Study: Personal development

Instructional Delivery Method: Group Live

CPE: 1 credit hour

***Plan to come early for ‘Pinot with the President’ from 5:15-6pm at the Maggiano’s first-floor bar for happy hour.***

Menu:

Will be updated prior to the meeting.

Note; If you have dietary restrictions, there is a place on your registration to include this information. 

Bio:

Camelia Fawzy,DM,MBA is a successful organizational development consultant and entrepreneur with more than 25 years of leadership experience in multicultural settings. Using evidence-based research, Camelia assists business leaders in adapting their organizational culture to changes inherent to fast growth, acquisitions or development of complex and innovative projects. She facilitates the implementation of a strategic Inclusive Management approach, coaching leaders through a process of implementing change that leads to enhanced ethical decision making and creation of inclusive social environments, in which employees with multi- generational and culturally diverse backgrounds can thrive and optimize their talents, skills and creativity.

As a dedicated professor of organizational behavior, she wrote and presented research on Organizational Citizenship Behaviors and their impact on Innovation Development as well as several research articles focused on inclusive cultures for employees with diverse backgrounds and returning expatriates.

Camelia conducts interactive training programs and workshops enhancing participants’ Emotional Intelligence (EI), Cultural Intelligence (CQ) and leadership skills while addressing organizational factors that can lead to engagement in unethical decisions and behaviors. Using the Assess-Implement-Mentor (AIM) process, she coaches leaders through culture change design and implementation aiming to create more authentically inclusive and high-performing teams and organizations.

Administrative Policies: Contact the Meetings Chair, Shannon Kuehn ([email protected]), with any questions, complaints, or special dietary requirements. All sales are final. Refunds must be requested by the RSVP date for an event in writing or by email. Credits may be issued to be used for future event registrations.

Official National Registry Statement: The Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:https://www.nasbaregistry.org/.

Mission of AFWA: The mission of the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance is to enable women in all accounting and finance fields to achieve their full potential and to contribute to their profession. For more information about the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance (AFWA), please visit www.afwa.org.

 

Tickets

$45.00 Member Ticket
$65.00 after 11:59 pm January 16

$55.00 Guest Ticket
$75.00 after 11:59 pm January 16

$40.00 Student Ticket
$60.00 after 11:59 pm January 16