Calendar of Events
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed., Nov. 14
The Ethics of Government Sponsored Gambling
with Sandra Garossino, CEO of Intellex Legal Project Management
Spirit at Work Lunch -- Thurs, Nov 15
Compassion in Conflict: Transforming Our Villains
with Gary Harper, Principal of Harper and Associates
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed., Dec. 12
Climbing the Mountain
with Samuel Nirabadhi Wyatt, Mountaineer
Spirit at Work Lunch -- (no event this month)
Seasons Greetings everyone!
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed., Jan. 9
Corporate Social Responsibility as Competitive Virtue Signaling
with Mark Wexler, Professor of Business Ethics and Management
in the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University
Spirit at Work Lunch -- Thurs, Jan. 17
The Cost of Caring
with Jan Spilman, MEd, Registered Clinical Counsellor
Compassion Fatigue Specialist
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed., Feb. 13
Business Ethics Through the Eyes of Contemporary Students
with Bob Korth, Ph.D, Simon Fraser University Professor in the
field of business ethics and former Anglican priest
Spirit at Work Lunch -- Thurs, Feb. 21
Compassion and Maturity: The Male Journey
with Scott Swanson, Interim Minister at Crescent United Church,
Volunteer Chaplain at Correctional Service of Canada
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed., Mar. 13
Melting Ice, Rising Water: Adapting to the New Environment
with Deborah Harford, the Executive Director
of ACT (the Adaptation to Climate Change Team)
Spirit at Work Lunch -- Thurs, Mar. 21
The Compassion of Youth: A Spirited Exploration
A panel of youthful luminaries including:
Paulina Lipska, BCom, CA, founder and president
of the Young Women in Business (YWiB) Society
Colin Stansfield, BA, MBA, Policy Researcher
with EcoTrust Canada; and
Shonagh MacRae, BA, currently completing her
business-focused Masters in Organizational Psychology.
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed, Apr. 10
The Ethics of Our Built Environment:
How do we plan for healthy community development?
with Bob Ransford, CNU-A, development consultant,
Vancouver Sun journalist, and Trustee of the Granville
Spirit at Work Lunch -- Thurs, Apr. 18
Meaning-Making at Work: Is spiritual intelligence
the new workplace frontier?
with Carollyne Conlinn, MBA, MPH, MCC, international
executive coach with 30 years of creating proven programs that
effect profound change in individuals and organizations.
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed, May 8
Conflict and the Connected Self:
How do we balance our personal values with
the values of our social groups?
with Rob Riches, teacher, coach, counsultant,
creator of Soul Dynamics, lifelong meditator.
Spirit at Work Lunch -- Thurs, May 16
The Wise Spirit:
How can we treat ourselves with self-compassion?
with Gary Bello, M.A., of Pacific Horizon Consulting, a therapist,
coach and an interfaith minister. He has founded and directed
wellness centers in Montreal, Vermont and Florida.
Ethics for Breakfast -- Wed., Jun. 12
The Future of Ethics:
What conversations do you need to have?
with Sue Drinnan, MBA Course Facilitator at the
Beedie School of Business at SFU; Consultant at
The Wisdom Collective
Spirit at Work Lunch -- Thurs, Jun. 20
What Compassion Looks Like:
Where has the spirit taken you?
with Avril Orloff, an artful visual facilitator who has worked
with the Dalai Lama, Karen Armstrong, Peter Block and
Margaret Wheatley, among others.
There are no meetings during the summer.
Next meetings are in September...