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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Legendary coach Tony Dungy speaks about leadership on the campus of WFU

Tony Dungy, legendary football coach and bestselling author, shares thoughts about leadership and the importance of both individual and team leadership during the inaugural event for the Leadership Project at Wake Forest University

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Shared thoughts from female entrepreneurs: entrepreneur panel, WFU Charlotte Center

Leadership lessons, challenges and success stories were shared at the Female Entrepreneur Panel held on Tuesday, March 19 at the WFU Charlotte Center.

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Dr. Peter Rea discusses character in organizations

During his recent visit to the Wake Forest University School of Business, Dr. Peter Rea talks about the development of character in organizations.

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The CLC hosts Dr. Peter Rea at the School of Business March 5-6

The Center for Leadership and Character in the School of Business is pleased to welcome Dr. Peter Rea to campus on March 5-6. Dr. Rea, the Vice President of Integrity and Ethics Enterprise Wide at Parker Hannifin, is responsible for integration of ethics and ethics initiatives across his organization’s 60,000 employees.

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Two WFU business school students represent at USAF leadership symposium

BEM students Jessica Argenti and Kate Coble shared their insights from representing the CLC and Wake Forest at the United States Air Force Academy’s National Character and Leadership Symposium February 26-28.

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Living the motto and leading with compassion

On Thursday, February 20, the school of business students, staff and faculty participated in the 2nd Annual Soup for the Soul Crock-off in the Founders Living Room at Farrell Hall to benefit Melissa Clark. Melissa, a school of business staff colleague, lost her battle with cancer last December.

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