Kotel™️ Ethics Roundtable
Wednesday, 4-5p EST
Simply stated, a business culture driven by profits at the expense of values is destined to fail. Research shows that companies ranked highest for ethics grow faster than companies that aren’t. Work environments are more pleasant. Employees are more satisfied, engaged, loyal, passionate, and productive. Turnover costs are less. Brand image shines. Cultivating a culture of ethics is the time-tested formula for spectacular success.
A culture of ethics emerges naturally from an ethical mindset. And an ethical mindset is acquired by contemplating ethical dilemmas that defy easy answers. Ultimately, the problem is the solution: by grappling with theoretical problems we train our minds so we are prepared for the real ethical challenges that will inevitably rise up to meet us.
Each week we will confront a different thought question or case study. Through group discussion and discourse, we will develop the ethical mindset that enables us to see the bigger picture, engage in civil debate, and work effectively toward consensus. Raising our ethical awareness ultimately produces a culture where compliance laws take care of themselves and a workforce that feels empowered, appreciated, and invested in a common vision that accelerates success.
3rd Thursday of the month
The Kotel Business Community (KBC) is a community for collaboration, not a referral network. KBC members are welcome to refer clients to their fellow members, which is a natural and common form of adding value, however, collaboration is a categorically more powerful method for delivering services. Collaboration is a form of teaming or partnering where members join forces and resources to solve a client problem based on unique skill sets, which are informed by a common set of KBC ethics and change agent methodology. The purpose of C4C monthly meetings is to learn about the unique capabilities and serves that are offered by fellow KBC members, to develop collaborative go-to-market plans and strategies, and to continuously improve KBC. Participation in The Change Agent 101 course is a prerequisite.
Based on tribal leadership research by USC professor of business, Dave Logan, Ph.D., a KBC leader schedules and hosts a 3-way meeting with two other KBC members, for the purpose of learning about their respective business value propositions and to discover potential synergies for collaboration. To participate, click here to schedule a 30 minute appointment with the Executive Director of the KBC Advisory Council.
Kotel Co-branded Go-to-Market Collaboration Program
KBC members who have completed The Change Agent 101 course may use the co-branded Make Ethics Your Competitive Advantage infographic, to promote their business in collaboration with the Kotel Business Community. To learn more, click here to make an appointment with the Executive Director of the KBC Advisory Council.
The Change Agent (TCA)
Participants will learn the language and logic that describe and explain the origin of chronic human problems that resist conventional methods and interventions, for businesses and individuals. Participants will acquire a fundamental understanding of the paradoxical nature of the human condition in general, free will and ethics in particular, and how to begin applying these skills for diagnosing and solving chronic client problems.
The duration TCA 100 ranges from 10-12 consecutive weeks, one hour per week, depending on the size of the cohort and engagement level of the participants.
TCA 100, 200 and 300 level courses are open to all KBC members. TCA 400 and 500 level courses are open to KBC members who are candidates for Kotel Change Agent certification.
TCA 100: the nature of chronic human problems, freedom and ethics
June cohort: Monday, June 28th; 12:30-1:30p ET
July cohort: Thursday, July 29th; 12:30-1:30p ET
August cohort: Friday, August 27th; 1:00-2:00p ET
Sept cohort: Wednesday, September 29th; 12:30-1:30p ET
Nov cohort: Wednesday, November 17th; 12:30-1:30p ET
Dec cohort: Tuesday, December 14th; 12:30-1:30p EDT
Jan cohort: Tuesday, January 25th; 12:30-1:30p EDT
Feb cohort: Thursday, February 17th; 12:30-1:30p EDT
Mar cohort: Friday, March 18th; 1:00-2:00p EDT
Apr cohort (1): Tuesday, April 19th; 11:30-12:30p EST
Apr cohort (2): Friday, April 29th 11:00-12:00p EST
May cohort: Wednesday, May 25th, 3:00-4:00p EST
June cohort: Friday, July 1st, 1:00-2:00p EST
July cohort: Friday, July 29th, 12:00-1:00p EST
August cohort: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 12:00-1:00p EST
Sept cohort: Thursday, Sept 29th, 12:30-1:30p EST
Oct cohort: Wednesday, Oct 26th, 12:30-1:30p EST
Nov cohort: Tuesday, Nov 29th, 1:00-2:00p EST
Dec cohort: Tuesday, Dec 27th, 11:30-12:30p EST
Jan cohort: Friday, Jan 27th, 12:00-1:00p EST
Feb cohort: Monday, Feb 13th, 1:00-2:00p EST
The Kotel Change Agent certification (under development)
TCA 301: sales as a service
TCA 302: leadership as a service
TCA 401: learning how to teach TCA 101-201
TCA 402: learning how to teach TCA 301-302
TCA 501: delivering a client engagement
TCA 502: delivering The Change Agent program
KOTEL™️ Mastermind: for coaches and consultants
90 minutes/meeting, bi-weekly
The Kotel Mastermind promises each participant will:
1. learn new coaching and consulting principles, distinctions, and best-known-methods
2. experience greater freedom, meaning, growth and ethics in their business and personal life
The Kotel Mastermind focuses on the following three objectives:
1. Sharing knowledge and skills
The Oz Principle
The 3 Laws of Performance
2. Improving the acquisition of new clients and repeat business
Sales and Marketing
3. Application of The Kotel Change Agent principles and method for solving chronic client problems and for Making Ethics Your Competitive Advantage™️.