GGC South Bay: Influencing Ethics and Corporate Culture From an OD Perspective

  • 26 Sep 2012
  • 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Santa Clara County Training and Conference Center, Training Room #1 2310 N. First Street, San Jose CA 95131
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The decline of ethics in business, government and private institutions is consistently in the forefront of news in Silicon Valley and throughout the world. This seemingly ceaseless demonstration of illicit behavior transcends boardrooms and staterooms and involves all levels of leaders and professionals. As a training and development professional, what can you do to promote an ethical culture? Join us to hear insights from leading research to help you create positive solutions for your company or clients.

Getting at the root cause of unethical behavior is an enormous challenge. However, two major influences have been identified as prime contributors to the quest for greed and power: our business education system and excessively competitive corporate cultures. Our September speakers Cameron Bilger and Eric Doner will share insights from leading research and field experience that will enable organizational leaders to identify potential for unethical behavior and implement solutions that add integrity back into the system.

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:

Cameron Bilger MBA, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in the undergraduate and MBA programs at Silicon Valley University, a privately-funded new business school that caters to international students primarily from China and India. She is also the lead for the new DBA program in Marketing and Management. As a Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Bilger taught undergraduate and doctoral students at institutions throughout Europe and Asia and has created a seminar for the Markkula Center for Ethics in Santa Clara.


Eric Doner is the founder and Principal of AchieveCorp, a national firm that provides consulting, tools and training to enable organizations to remove barriers to performance and increase business results. His business career spans over 25 years as a sales and marketing executive, training and development manager, university instructor, management consultant and author. He is a former President of Greater Cleveland ASTD and served as a District and club officer in Toastmasters.

Agenda:
5:45 - 6:15 Registration, Networking, Light refreshments
6:15 - 8:00  Presentation

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