"On one of the nicest days in February, Dr. Sweeney welcomed newly admitted undergraduate students to the School of Business by stepping them through an ethical decision-making process using the Center's originally developed business ethics in action resources."
Dr. Patrick J. Sweeney,
Director, Center for
Leadership and Character
"Processing ethical dilemmas challenged us and brought a whole new understanding into our classroom and leadership experience."
Paul Okoyeh ('17), Ethics and Leadership Debate Team Member
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Under this resource tab, leaders can access a collection of Ethical Decision-Making In Action tools to assist in systematically thinking through an ethical dilemma to fully understand the complexities and create an action plan to resolve the issue.
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To close out our fifth successful year of the Service Academy Leadership Conference program, the CLC hosted a luncheon on April 19 to honor our 2018 student representatives. Dr. Pat Sweeney (Professor of the Practice of Management & Director, CLC), Dr. Michelle Roehm (Vice Dean of Faculty, Peter C. Brockway Chair of Strategic Management, Professor … Continue reading Service Academy Leadership Conference Program honors 2018 Student Attendees
On Friday, April 20th, 2018, the Center for Leadership and Character hosted U.S. Representative for North Carolina’s 5th Congressional District, Virginia Foxx and her staff at Wake Forest School of Business for a yearly team retreat and leadership workshop. Foxx is a member of the Republican party and served as Secretary of the House Republican … Continue reading Congresswoman Virginia Foxx and Staff Visit the Center for Leadership and Character
On Wednesday, April 18th, 2018, the Center for Leadership and Character hosted a lunch with Governor Bob Ehrlich for Wake Forest School of Business students including Ethics and Leadership Team members and recent and previous attendees sponsored by the Center for Leadership and Character to attend the Service Academy Leadership Conferences. Governor Ehrlich was Maryland’s … Continue reading Governor Bob Ehrlich Leadership Lunch
On Monday, April 16th, 2018, the Center for Leadership and Character, the Wake Forest Mental Health association and other campus partners co-sponsored former major league pitcher, John Trautwein, to speak to student athletes, staff, and faculty with a message of hope and strength. After losing his teenaged son, Will, to suicide in 2010, Trautwein started … Continue reading Video: Teammates for Life: Leveraging the Positive Power of Peer Networks
On March 21, 2018, Robert “Bob” Reid, former president and CEO of Community One Bancorp visited Wake Forest School of Business as a guest speaker sponsored by the Center for Leadership and Character. After meeting with 44 students in MIL124, he shared additional insights on leader development in an interview with the Center for Leadership … Continue reading Bob Reid Offers Leader Development Strategy
For the 2018 Principled Leadership Symposium conference at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, Wake Forest Business and Enterprise Management Students, Elena Cage and Garret Bader shared insights. Elena Cage ’19 shared ideas about diversity including how diversity is important in the area of diversity of thought as well as in the area of diversity … Continue reading Principled Leadership Symposium Attendees Elena Cage and Garret Bader Share Insights
In a servant leadership reflection, Cameron Kent shares his decades of experiences with Habit for Humanity and other service organizations.
Bill Powers, chair of the Enron special investigation committee and former president of the University of Texas gave advice on being an ethical leader at Wake Forest School of Business, March 30, 2016.
Bill Powers chair of the Enron special investigation committee and former president of the University of Texas discussed the teaching of ethics at Wake Forest School of Business on March 30, 2016
Ann Johnston, Chair of the Board, Allegacy Federal Credit Union (former EVP, Reynolds American, Inc.) and Judy Lambeth, former EVP & General Counsel, Reynolds American, Inc. Highlights of a conversation about women in leadership including advice on barriers, inclusion, and networking. Interview April 23, 2015 at Wake Forest University School of Business.
Steve Reinemund, Executive in Residence, former dean, and retired PepsiCo CEO In this “Last Lecture Series,” Steve Reinemund reflects on the characteristics that make great leaders including character, competence, commitment, and compassion. Talk November 13, 2014 at Wake Forest University School of Business.
Steve Reinemund, Executive in Residence, former dean, and retired PepsiCo CEO Continuing the “Last Lecture Series” talk, Steve Reinemund reveals how integral competence is to leadership success and how it is imperative for growth. Talk November 13, 2014 at Wake Forest University School of Business.