WFU Co-hosts Leadership Panel: Myths About Female Leadership

On Wednesday, December 10, the Wake Forest University Charlotte Center and The Charlotte Observer invited guests to hear from several distinguished women business leaders. This event included a panel discussion entitled “Myths About Female Leadership: It’s Not About Fitting In, It’s About A New Path” and included wisdom and practical leadership ideas.

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Service Academies’ Leadership Conference Program

The Center for Leadership & Character in the WFU School of Business is pleased to announce it will sponsor five students to represent Wake Forest at upcoming service academy conferences. Applications are now being accepted. All WFU undergraduate students are eligible to apply.

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Build an Extra Class Day! Choose Your Snow Day Adventure

October 30th, 3:30 pm: Choose Your Snow Day Adventure workshop includes a brief overview of three virtual class technologies available to faculty and then a hands on workshop where faculty will walk away with their own virtual class prepped to launch at a moment’s notice for a snow day.

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CLC co-sponsors WFU School of Business Race for the Cure team

The Center for Leadership and Character is delighted to co-sponsor a team at the 2014 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure walk/run. Join the School of Business team Saturday, September 27th at 8am.

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School of Business launches honor system video module

The Honor System Video Module launched this month to segments of the School of Business graduate program population. The module is designed to reinforce the importance of the honor system and will be incorporated into all academic programs in the business school.

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Rosalind Brewer, president and CEO of Sam’s Club, provides keynote address about leadership

On Wednesday, August 20, 2014, the School of Business welcomed distinguished business leader Rosalind Brewer to speak to graduate program students, faculty, staff and guests. Ms.Brewer, the president and CEO of Sam’s Club, served as the keynote speaker for the new academic year for the business school and offered many insights regarding leadership.

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Honor in the School of Business: orientation for Master of Arts in Management class of 2015

Monday, July 7, the School of Business welcomed 150 students to the 2015 class of the Master of Arts in Management program. As an important part of their first day of orientation, Professor Sean Hannah, Student Services Director, Matt Imboden, and Professor Jim Janke, discussed the honor system within the business school.

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School of Business ‘pro humanitate’ breakfast: leadership through service

On Tuesday, June 24th staff and faculty colleagues of the WFU School of Business gathered for a breakfast to recognize and celebrate its service over the past year, in the spirit of the University’s motto, pro humanitate (“for humanity”) and reflect on the importance of community service.

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Center for Leadership & Character partners with MA program to deliver business capstone simulation course

The Center for Leadership & Character, in partnership with course instructor, Bren Varner, delivered a suite of tools for the MA program’s business capstone simulation course held May 5-9, 2014. These tools included a video module, strategy, leadership, and ethical decision-making lessons, mock media interviews, and interactive debriefs to enhance the elements of leadership and character in the course and put to work all the students have learned in the MA program.

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Hakeem Belo-Osagie speaks to business school and WFU community

As part of the Journeys to Success speaker series, Wake Forest welcomed Hakeem Belo-Osagie to the School of Business on Tuesday, April 1. Mr. Belo-Osagie, a Harvard Business School trained petroleum economist, shared his thoughts about leadership, failure, ethics and opportunities in emerging markets.

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