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The Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative

The Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative

GRLI is a Global Multicultural Community of Action and Learning

GRLI’s Vision is a Worldwide Network of Companies and Learning Institutions characterised by vast action and thorough exchange of learning. GRLI’s mission is to “develop a next generation of responsible leaders” through collective and individual actions. Under each of the themes, you find a list of ongoing and completed actions….

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GRLI is a Global Multicultural Community of Action and Learning

It operates with a fully transparent and unique governance model with all partners participating. It is legally set up as a Foundation of public interest in Belgium.

They identify and act on key leverage points for scalable change through concept development, advocacy and execution of new learning practices and work in partnership as a global community of change agents.

Today the GRLI has 67 partner organisations and is expanding rapidly. It has set a limit of 120 partners for the years to come in order to remain a fully integrated and action oriented global network, and to fulfil its unique role as a leading global catalyst for key challenges and future demands regarding how to develop a next generation of globally responsible leaders.

The work of the partners is supported by a Secretary General and a management office based at EFMD in Brussels and additional input from a team of senior advisers.

Two to three work meetings are held annually (including a formal Annual General Meeting of the Foundation). These provide a platform for continuity and face-to-face work, experience sharing and learning between qualified individuals representing dedicated organisations from all parts of the world.


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The Work Foundation

The Work Foundation

The Work Foundation – Part of Lancaster University

The Work Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation whose independence, expertise and networks give us a strong platform for engagement.

They are the leading independent authority on work and its future.

They aim to improve the quality of working life and the effectiveness of organisations by equipping leaders, policymakers and opinion-formers with evidence, advice, new thinking and networks.

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Institute of Business Ethics I.B.E.

Institute of Business Ethics I.B.E.

Business Ethics

The IBE raise public awareness of the importance of doing business ethically and collaborate with other international organisations with interests and expertise in business ethics. They help organisations to strengthen their ethics culture and encourage high standards of business behaviour based on ethical values. They assist in the development, implementation and embedding of effective and relevant ethics and corporate responsibility policies and programmes. They help organisations provide guidance to staff and build relationships of trust with their principal stakeholders….

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Business Ethics I.B.E.

Originally, it operated as a fund within the Christian Association of Business Executives (CABE), a registered charity established to promote the study and application of Christian moral principles in the conduct of business. It was founded by Neville Cooper and launched at the Mansion House with an appeal by the Lord Mayor.

In 2000, the Institute obtained separate charitable status; its charitable article being “to advance public education in business ethics and related subjects with particular reference to the study and application of ethical standards in the management and conduct of industry and business generally in the United Kingdom and elsewhere”.

Since its founding over 20 years ago, the IBE has published over 20 books on business ethics topics; conducted surveys on the use of codes of ethics within companies; developed training programmes in business ethics, from induction programmes to the board room; worked with academics and business schools to promote the study of business ethics within MBA and business studies courses; and offered advice and support to business ethics practitioners and their companies. The IBE also holds events under the Chatham House Rule so that ethical issues which organisations commonly face may be discussed, and this has helped drive the work programme of the Institute.

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