This session was part of a series of programs to teach how to teach values in the classroom or the workplace.
Our guest is: Masroor Lodi
Topic: Integrating Ethics in the Classroom
Learn more at: https://www.entrepreneurship.edu.in/
Books recommended by Masroor:
- Mastering the Ethical Dimension of Organizations: A Self-Reflective Guide to Developing Ethical Astuteness by Donna Ladkin
- Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics by Richard Thaler
- Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness by Richard Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein
About Masroor Lodi
Masroor Lodi is the founder of ‘The Entrepreneurship School’ in India.
Masroor is active in areas such as business growth, people strategies, entrepreneurship, and firm-level capacity development. He mentors entrepreneurs and advises business owners and business leaders. He regularly interacts with students on a range of topics especially, around entrepreneurship and courage. In the past, Masroor has worked with organisations such as Sanofi Aventis, Unilever, and India Today Group across roles in Human Resources, Project Management, Learning & Development, and Sales Training.
In his consulting role, Masroor has advised organisations in sectors such as renewable energy, pharmaceuticals, automobile, professional services, IT/ITES, textile, government, PSUs, among others.
Masroor holds a B.Com with University 1st Rank, an MA in Human Resources Management, both from University of Jamia Millia Islamia, India, and an MBA from Cranfield University, UK.
Earlier, Masroor was an entrepreneurship columnist with the largest-selling daily of India. Currently, he is leading a longitudinal study on Organisation leadership’s perception of Covid-19 impact and their response to emerging situations in association with the researchers at the University of East London, UK.