IECO – II Humanistic Management Workshop
May 4 @ 8:30 am - May 6 @ 2:30 pm
II Humanistic Management Workshop IECO-RCC at Harvard
The Institute for Ethics in Communication and Organizations (IECO) at University of Valencia (UV) and the Real Colegio Complutense (RCC) at Harvard University, in collaboration with the International Humanistic Management Association Centers Consortium (IHMCC) and the Abigail Adams Institute(AAI), organize this II Humanistic Management Workshop.
This Workshop brings together executives from around the world to share their practices on humanistic management principles such as protection of human dignity, promotion of human well-being in their organizations and search for best solutions to foster an economy and a society that works for all.
The Workshop is conceived as a Learning Lab (LELA), a two-and-a-half days working forum where participants will share good practices, experiences, failed attempts and achievements, in a unique and trustworthy environment, led by Harvard Professors, IECO Members and Humanistic Management representatives
The main purpose is to think together, exchange ideas and come up with specific goals and concrete improvements to build organizations that contribute to the common good by developing integral human flourishing, based on the promotion of human dignity through optimal work.
The program is aimed to executives belonging to companies from all over the world, including different sectors and sizes, committed to these HM principles, and eager to share and learn from others. Space is limited.
This comprehensive program will help participants to foster and utilize a humanistic management approach to achieve a better understanding of the principles that naturally integrate the long-term success of an organization, its sustainable performance and its growth based on these moral practices into everyday organizational routines.
Because skills rooted in our human dignity, such as tolerance, empathy, creativity or humility, are more relevant than ever to successful companies that look for profit, effectiveness and efficiency but also for the engagement of their employees with meaningful work, contributing to our mutual human flourishing.
The price of the workshop will be $5,400. It covers: program fee, exclusive participation, meals and dinners.
Travel and hotel accommodation are not included.