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Booked with Rob Chesnut by Seattle Metro Chamber
June 12 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Booked with Rob Chesnut
Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead An Ethical Revolution
- Date(s): Fri, Jun 12, 2020
- Time(s): 08:00 AM – 09:30 AM
- Location: Microsoft Events Center at the Seattle Metro Chamber
- Address: 1301 5th Ave, Ste 1500, Seattle, WA, 98101 (Get Directions)
- Members: $35 pre-paid ($45 as of 6/5) Includes copy of the book
- Non-Members: $45 pre-paid ($55 as of 6/5) Includes copy of the book
- Questions: Contact Hannah Holman at 206-389-7216
Changing culture and behavior isn’t easy, but Rob Chesnut will show us that a revolution is possible if leaders are specific and intentional about their goals and have a process for doing so.
Join the Seattle Metro Chamber for a conversation with Chesnut, Chief Ethics Officer at Airbnb and author of Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution. He will introduce a system for companies to of all sizes to create a culture of integrity, and then take questions from the audience.
Chesnut’s process, the Six Cs of intentional integrity, helps companies respond authentically and thoughtfully to ethical questions by creating clarity and accountability for their employees, and energizing them to lead with their values.
Rob Chesnut is Chief Ethics Officer with Airbnb, Inc., a $30 billion private global travel and payments company that operates an online marketplace and hospitality service for people to rent short-term lodging.
Chesnut is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Virginia. He worked for 14 years with the U.S. Justice Department, including 10 years as an Assistant United States Attorney in Northern Virginia. As a federal prosecutor, he ran the Major Crimes unit and prosecuted a wide variety of cases, including bank robberies, kidnappings, murder, and drug trafficking organizations.
He joined Airbnb as general counsel in the spring of 2016, where he has grown the legal team from 30 to over 150 legal professionals in 20 offices around the world. His team leads initiatives to promote home sharing and address regulatory issues with local governments and landlords around the world. In his current role as chief ethics officer, Chesnut developed a popular interactive employee program, Integrity Belongs Here, to help drive ethics throughout the culture at the company.