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Ethics, Integrity and Probity in Procurement and Supply

Monday, 14 February 2022 - CIPS VIRTUAL PLATFORM

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non-member £455.17
Ethics, Integrity and Probity in Procurement and Supply

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Join this CIPS virtual training and learn how to leverage your procurement strategies to generate sustainable socio-economic value.

Our skills training workshops are now delivered virtually through the Zoom platform. This course is 7 CPD hours spread across two days* (14-15 February) - see timing in your relevant time zone:

  • AEDT: 11:00 am -  2:30 pm
  • ACST: 10:30 am -  2:00 pm
  • AWST:  8:00 am - 11:30 am
  • NZDT:   1:00 pm -  4:30 pm
*starting time is the same on all days.
 
Learning outcomes: 
    • Environmental Procurement – unethical behaviour and the impact on the environment and society
    • Human rights and the impact of personal conscience
    • Identifying and mitigating fraud, bribery and corruption

 

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    Programme

     

    There’s no such thing as business ethics or ethics in procurement; there’s just ethics.
    Ethical behaviour should be deeply embedded throughout an organisation, with everyone working responsibly together to achieve a consistent level of professional integrity.
    A commitment to ethical procurement and supply chains is not only integral within your organisation, but essential for those suppliers and entities who hold strategic significance to your organisation and work with you to drive sustainable growth.
    By demonstrating your team’s commitment to behaving ethically, proudly understand it is about values, impact and reputation, and ultimately building confidence among employers, customers, clients, constituents, shareholders and throughout the community, that you are doing the right thing throughout the supply chain.
    CIPS ethical learning is the jewel in the governance, probity, ethical procurement crown!
    Developed for all levels of procurement professionals, this course is for anyone whose procurement process needs to ensure fairness, impartiality, transparency, or confidentiality.
    This 2-day course allows individuals and groups to hone their skills and knowledge, and ultimately to demonstrate their commitment to ethical procurement and sustainable supply chains. 

    There’s no such thing as business ethics or ethics in procurement; there’s just ethics.

    Ethical behaviour should be deeply embedded throughout an organisation, with everyone working responsibly together to achieve a consistent level of professional integrity.

    A commitment to ethical procurement and supply chains is not only integral within your organisation, but essential for those suppliers and entities who hold strategic significance to your organisation and work with you to drive sustainable growth.

    By demonstrating your team’s commitment to behaving ethically, proudly understand it is about values, impact and reputation, and ultimately building confidence among employers, customers, clients, constituents, shareholders and throughout the community, that you are doing the right thing throughout the supply chain.

    Developed for all levels of procurement professionals, this course is for anyone whose procurement process needs to ensure fairness, impartiality, transparency, or confidentiality.

    This 2-day course allows individuals and groups to hone their skills and knowledge, and ultimately to demonstrate their commitment to ethical procurement and sustainable supply chains. 

    Audience

    This course is relevant to anyone in an organisation, government agency or company who is responsible for engaging with, or managing suppliers.

    It is also recommended for those who need to understand the importance of conflict of interest, codes of conduct, modern slavery, whistleblowing, the circular economy, or tackling global challenges like climate change, biodiversity loss, waste, and pollution for future generations.

    Speakers

    Murray Saylor

    Murray Saylor

    Course Facilitator & TrainerManaging Director at Tagai Management Consultants

    Coming from very humble beginnings my focus in life is to "maximise opportunities to make a difference within our global village" and respecting my Torres Strait Islander culture and heritage.

    I am a driven Procurement, Supplier Diversity and Community Development professional with over 20 years experience working in the Government and corporate sector in Australia and in the global village.

    I value an empowering working relationship and work with customers to enhance their social and commercial value within their organisation, communities and supply chains through culturally based professional services.

    In 2014, I decided to take up the opportunity to become my own leader and founded Tagai Management Consultants (TMC) in Brisbane driven to work respectfully with our clients within the Australia and the Asia/Pacific region to deliver market leading procurement, business advisory, community & stakeholder engagement and advanced futures services.

    Achievement snapshot:
    - Finalist for the Supply Nation Supplier Diversity Advocate of the Year award - 2018 and 2019
    - Business degree at James Cook University
    - MURRA Indigenous Business Masterclass Alumni - 2015
    - Queensland Government Community Engagement Award
    - First Torres Strait Islander selected to attend the 2018 MIT Innovation & Entrepreneurship Bootcamp (Australia), & receive a Advance Queensland scholarship

    TMC Leadership Achievements:
    - 2021 Supply Nation Emerging Indigenous Exporter of the year
    - 2021 Shortlisted CIPS Awards - Commitment to Supplier Diversity
    - 2019 Ipswich Business Excellence Awards - Innovation in Business award

    Specialities: Procurement and Supply Chain, Capability development, Group Facilitation, Community development domestically and in global village, Contract Negotiations and Procurement Controls, Business advisory, Organisational development

    Venue

    Monday 14 Feb - CIPS VIRTUAL PLATFORM

    CIPS Virtual Training NZ
    ANZ Training
    CIPS VIRTUAL PLATFORM
    NEW ZEALAND
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