"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
Under this resource tab, leaders will find an array of tools, resources, and 360 assessments to support leader, leadership, and organizational development.
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.
Under this resource tab, leaders will learn everything they need to know to lead teams. Diagnostic tools help teams navigate through difficulties and capitalize on strengths. Through enhancing team development, leaders operate from higher forms of leadership while demonstrating character.
On Monday, August 14, 2017, the Center for Leadership and Character hosted the 2018 MSBA class for leadership and team building activities including the Amazing Race. In this activity, teams work together to perform tasks at various checkpoints across campus under time constraints to learn more about communicating and making effective leadership decisions under pressure. … Continue reading MSBA Students Explore Leadership and Build Teams in an Amazing Race
Congratulations to Dr. Sean Hannah, Professor of Management & Tylee Wilson Chair of Business Ethics and senior research associate of the CLC , recently voted the 2017 recipient of the Practice Impact Award from the Academy of Management. The Practice Impact Award “seeks to recognize and to celebrate an outstanding scholar for her or his … Continue reading
Friday, April 21st, School of Business staff, faculty, and students practiced Pro Humanitate for first responders that serve Wake Forest University. With the help of various community businesses, we were able to provide an appreciation lunch for several hundred from Wake Campus Police, WSPD, and WSFD. Michelle Kennedy, Meteorologist for WXII, Coach Dave Clawson, … Continue reading First Responders Appreciation Lunch
Each year, business school students apply for selection to attend leadership conference opportunities at our nation’s military academies. These annual leadership conferences are sought after for their content and expertise in the area of leadership and character and host global leaders from private industry, government, athletics and more. Each year, selected Wake Foresters return from … Continue reading Student Leaders Celebrated: 2017 Service Academies Leadership Conference Program
The Honorable Donna Edwards, U.S. Congresswoman (2008–2017) visited the Wake Forest School of Business on March 23, 2017 as part of The Leadership Project. Edwards is an alum of Wake Forest and the first African-American woman ever elected to congress. She discussed her background and what factors led to her developmental journey. Highlights of her … Continue reading Donna Edwards Leadership Project Discussion
The CLC congratulates Dr. Pat Sweeney, Director of the Center of Leadership and Character, who was recently honored as a 2017 Top Thought Leader in Trust by TRUST! Magazine. The publication has named Sweeney as a leader in its 7th annual awards for those whose work helps foster organizational trust. The award recipients are business … Continue reading CLC Director Sweeney Honored as Top Thought Leader
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.