Many organizations have “employee resource groups” or “affiliation groups”. Some even have “interest groups,” where employees can discuss video games or pickleball.
Are you a leader who cares deeply about the ethical ramifications of your work? Why not find a like-minded colleague and start a group? Talk about the ethical dilemmas you face as an organization, identify solutions, reach out to a third person, then a fourth, then a fifth…
If you have an ethics office, invite them to join – but own the process. This is not about delegating ethical decision-making.
It’s about ethical leadership.