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The Ethical Leader

Friday, August 7, 2020 @ 7:30 am - 11:30 am

Sponsored by Executive Education

The greatest challenge for managers is to develop organizations that are efficient, effective, and ethical.  Human beings, even those who tend to be very good, are nonetheless morally imperfect. Some moral imperfections are cancerous and can destroy organizations. Designing organizations that reinforce ethics improves organizational performance because you attract high quality, loyal employees and satisfied customers.

The objective of this workshop is to provide tools and strategies for leaders to design ethical organizations and create organizations of high integrity by adopting managerial strategies for achieving high ethical standards among employees. Join renowned author and speaker Denis Collins as he provides practical “how-to” examples and best practices for improving organization’s performance through understanding the impact ethical leadership has on the workplace.

Session Objectives
In this highly interactive workshop, you will learn how to:
• Develop managerial strategies for achieving high ethical standards among employees
• Increase awareness of ethical issues at work and become more comfortable discussing them
• Convey to employees the competitive advantages of ethical organizations.
• Be an ethical leader
• Develop strategies to manage a work unit based on core values

Who Should Attend
Mid- to upper-level project managers who are responsible for leading people and/or sizeable initiatives within their organization

Denis Collins is a Visiting Professor of Business at University of Wisconsin-Madison and Emeritus Professor at Edgewood College. He teaches classes in management and business ethics. His latest book, Business Ethics: Best Practices for Designing and Managing Ethical Organizations (2019: SAGE), provides practical “how-to” examples and best practices on every area of managing ethics inside organizations. He earned his PhD in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh.

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Friday, August 7, 2020
7:30 am - 11:30 am


Lubar Hall, S322
3202 N. Maryland Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53201 United States
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