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Updates and New Offerings from Giving Voice To Values at UVA Darden School of Business

  • 1.  Updates and New Offerings from Giving Voice To Values at UVA Darden School of Business

    Posted 09-09-2022 15:57



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    Giving Voice to Values continues to grow rapidly and globally, and we gratefully share recent developments below.

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    Ashesi University launched their GVV MOOC on 14 June 2022. The course is part of an Education Collaborative initiative with other African universities to transform higher education. Led by Professor Rebecca Awuah, the program includes GVV cases specific to Africa.



    Science and Technology Online Ethics Center has approved the GVV MOOC that Mary Gentile adapted for Engineering Education and is making it available (it was successfully piloted at UVA School of Engineering last Fall). 



    Munster Technological University in Ireland led a year long faculty and curriculum development program, "Professional Ethics at MTU: Giving Voice to Values in an Irish Context."



    Mary Gentile participated in a discussion of "Giving Voice To Values" for the "Virtuous Leadership Program," a convening of senior business leaders in Brazil, sponsored by Virtuous Company on 2 September 2022. Watch Video.



    Forthcoming Book in the GVV Series From Routledge:

    The Lawyer's Guide to Business Ethics 
    by Keith William Diener

    (November 2022)



    Darden Business Publishing is pleased to offer a new series of Tech Ethics cases (listed below). Several of the cases were made possible with a grant to the University of Virginia from the Deloitte Foundation


    • Mary Gentile is an advisor to Giving Voice to Values - Africa at The Education Collaborative. Led by a team of leaders and professionals within the higher education space, the program shares tools and tactics on how leaders and industry professionals can navigate the dynamics of values conflicts in the workplace.



    • Mary Gentile and Victoria Sweeney, Principal - Ethics and Compliance, KPMG LLC, presented a workshop, "Giving Voice to Values: The "How" of Values-Driven Leadership" to members of the Higher Ambition Leadership Alliance on 12 July 2022.
    • Mary Gentile gave a virtual Keynote Address, "Giving Voice to Values as an Innovative Approach to Leadership Development," at the 2022 Education Collaborative Annual Convening's Ethics and Leadership Track led by Ashesi University in Ghana on 1 July 2022.
    • GVV presentation by Mary C. Gentile. FASPE Alumni Trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma, 8 May 2022.
    • Mary Gentile discussed corruption in a two-part interview with Universidad Externado de Columbia in May 2022.


    • Virtues and Vocations, Center for Social Concerns at University of Notre Dame. 27 April 2022. Taya Cohen, associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business, discusses Giving Voice to Values in an interview for the Reimagining Education series, "Conversations on Character the Common Good."
    • The Compassionate Confronter. March 2022. Giving Voice to Values was featured in, "Closing the Ethics Gap," by Arnold Smit, vol 2(1).



    • "Giving Voice to Values" is being offered as an Executive Education program at Curtin University, Perth, Australia, 2022.
    • Grant-funded GVV Curriculum project launched in engineering, nursing and social care at Munster Technological University, Ireland, 2021.
    • The Australian Institute of Health and Safety is offering an online professional development version of the GVV MOOC customized for Health and Safety profession.
    • Australian Financial Markets Association built GVV into their competencies and training modules and receives high evaluations from users, 2020.
    • Faculty in Jordan, Colombia, Switzerland and France have translated parts of GVV for use in their courses.

    Visit the GVV Around the World section of our website for more on GVV's global reach and impact.


    GVV is active internationally and growing, with over 1,355 presentations and/or pilots in education, business and fields such as nursing, medicine, law, the military, finance, and the public sector. For example, in addition to the items listed above:

    • Giving Voice to Values presentation to the Accounting Professionals Program, Colorado State University, November 2021.
    • Giving Voice to Values presentation to the Engineering Professionals Program, Ohio Northern University, November 2021.
    • GVV has been a featured input into the Communication Skills program at the Notre Dame School of Medicine, Australia, and was acknowledged at the Association for Medical Education in Europe annual conference, 2020.
    • GVV is now featured in an ONLINE program for the CFA Institute (Chartered Financial Analyst Institute).
    • GVV is being used in professional development programming by the GFOA (Government Financial Officers Association).
    • GVV has become part of the pedagogy and curriculum for FASPE, the Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics. To learn more, visit:



    Mary Gentile received the Values-Driven Leadership Award from the Center for Values-Driven Leadership Cohort 5 at the Daniel L. Goodwin College of Business at Benedictine University on 13 May 2022.  


    Thank you for your continued interest and use of Giving Voice to Values!


    Learn More



    Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right

    GVV Curriculum and Materials at UVA Darden Business Publishing

    GVV MOOC Information and Registration

    Contact: Brian Moriarty
    Giving Voice to Values
    University of Virginia Darden School of Business