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Event Details

Do The Right Thing: Ethical Business Decision-Making in a Complex World

When

Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Where

Rutgers Business School 1 Washington Park Newark, NJ 07102 Directions

Description

As a leader, it's not a matter of if, but when you will have to make an important business decision that put your personal values to the test.

In the modern marketplace, integrating ethical business practices gives you the competitive edge among a growing population of consumers who choose to patronize businesses who operate responsibly.

Gain powerful and effective decision-making skills that are vital to your success as small business owner by attending:

Do The Right Thing:
Ethical, Business Decision-Making in a Complex World
Tuesday, October 9th, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Rutgers Business School
The Bove Auditorium (Room 220)
2nd Floor
1 Washington Park (corner of Broad St. and Washington St., next to the Newark Public Library)
Newark, NJ 07102
(1 block from Broad St. Train & Light Rail Station)


Take advantage of this valuable opportunity to learn from Judy Young, Executive Director of the Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership, the critical thinking and decision-making skills to make ethical practice and behavior within your business second nature. This workshop will focus on the following :

personal values
ethical leadership
moral courage
addressing ethical dilemmas personally and professionally

Please RSVP by contacting Ian Tyson at Ian@RisingTideCapital.org or 201-432-4316 ext. 112.

There will be a $10 seminar fee for CBA graduates, and a $15 seminar fee for non-graduates.

Refreshments will be available.

Sponsors

Rising Tide Capital

Price

Event Price: $15.00 Member Price: $10.00

Website

Event Website: http://risingtidecapital.org/ Online Registration Available: No

Industry

Small Business

Event Type

Seminar

Contact Information

Ian Tyson ian@risingtidecapital.org Phone: (201) 432-4316

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