NEWARK, N.J., May 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) and RU Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics, and Compliance (ERM) will bring together "Big 10" university risk managers and compliance officers, experts and consultants in business ethics, and a U.S. Attorney, among other prominent speakers for a conference titled "How to Build an Ethical Culture: Leadership's Role."
The conference takes place in New Brunswick, N.J. on July 25-26, 2016 with a networking event for all two-day attendees, which kicks off the conference on the evening of July 24th.
Keynote speakers include: Michael Josephson (Josephson Institute of Ethics) and Paul Fishman (U.S. Attorney, District of N.J.) who will speak on the topic of how U.S. attorneys chose to focus on specific fields or businesses; prominent cases handled by his office; and which industries are high priority – Are universities an area of focus?
Joseph Murphy, CCEP (Author: 501 Ideas for your Compliance and Ethics Program) and Jack Hoban (Author: The Ethical Warrior) also headline the conference. Breakout sessions on a number of topics will be led by prominent professionals in the field of ethics and compliance.
The July 25th agenda includes break-out sessions on Building an Ethics Program from the Ground-Up; Healthcare and Compliance; and Research and Academic Integrity. The July 26th agenda includes breakout sessions on Managing Ethical Crises, Diversity and Inclusion, Title IX and University Athletic Dilemmas.
The Planning Committee for this conference is comprised of the senior risk management, ethics and compliance officers from the "Big 10," many of whom will lead the breakout sessions. The 2016 Ethical Leadership Conference is sponsored by HCCS (a HealthStream Company) and Wells Fargo. For information on conference attendance or sponsorships, please email [email protected]. To purchase tickets.
About the Institute for Ethical Leadership
The Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School develops education, training and critical-thinking tools that make leaders more effective, and helps them make ethical decisions in the face of real-world challenges. It provides these tools to partners, including business, government, and nonprofit organizations.
About the Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics, and Compliance
Having established a best-of breed Health Care Compliance program at Rutgers, the RU Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics, and Compliance expanded its mandate to bring the same ethics and compliance principles to other sectors of the university. Its mission is to break down silos and establish a university-wide system that anticipates risks, then takes steps to mitigate and resolve them.
For more information, please contact: Rutgers University Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics and Compliance at [email protected] or 732-743-3344.
SOURCE Rutgers Business School