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Responsible Business Seminar: Ethical Dilemmas and Social Media Use in the Workplace

Northumbria University

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Ethical Dilemmas and Social Media Use in the Workplace

Refreshments will be available from 16:30 and the lecture will take place at 17:00 in lecture theatre 403.

Speaker: Linn Byberg, Institute for Business Ethics

Linn Byberg is a Researcher at the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE). She is the author of “The Ethical Challenges and Opportunities of Social Media Use”, and is involved in creating and posting content on the IBE’s social media channels.

Before joining the IBE, Linn completed her master's degree in Comparative Politics from the University of Bergen. She also holds a master's degree in Politics and Government in the European Union from the London School of Economics & Political Science and a bachelor's degree in International Politics from King's College London. She has several years’ experience working as a freelance researcher and translator. One of her previous roles include working as an Engagement Specialist managing and mediating several brands’ social media channels.

Linn will be focussing on the following issues in her talk:

- Conflicting values: Personal values vs. corporate values
- Social media use in the workplace: recent examples from the news
- Supporting individual and corporate decision-making

 

As a signatory of the UN Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), the Faculty of Business and Law is committed to promoting responsibility in our teaching, consulting and research. The Risk, Responsibility, Ethics and Governance research cluster brings together over ninety scholars and research students who aim to develop insightful, novel, and useful research.

To register your place, complete the form below.

View the full list of Responsible Business Seminars here.

Event Details

Northumbria University
City Campus East
Business and Law Building, Room 403
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 2SU


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