The Leadership Institute and Center for Applied Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Stout bring you the Pandemic and Ethics Leadership speaker series in Fall 2021. Join us for learning, interaction, and insights around how the pandemic affected ethics and leadership in all areas of our lives.
The 'Spectrum' of Conflict of Interest: When do your personal decisions impact your professional life?
A conflict of interest is when your personal interests might compromise your judgment, decisions, or actions in other areas of your life, like your workplace. In some fields, like journalism, a conflict of interest could be seen as detrimental to the credibility of the work that is being done. However, what about in politics? Or government? Or service organizations? Or business and industry? We will discuss a potential “spectrum of acceptability” when it comes to conflicts of interest arising in different sectors of our lives. How ethical is this spectrum? Should we be pushing for stronger ethics in all sectors? Join us for a Stout alumni panel interactive discussion about the different spectrums of conflict of interest and the ethical implications.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (CST)
Online via Microsoft Teams
UW-Stout Alumni Panel:
Craig Brown, ‘19, Manager, Craig Clifton, Inc.
Josh Hellenbrand, ‘20, Senior Specialist of Creative Strategies, Marketing and Communication Industry
Shannon Hoyt, ‘18, 10 PM Producer/Evening Anchor, WQOW News
Steve “Shep” Sheppard, ‘92, Manager – Federal Advisory Recruiting, KPMG
We are excited to offer this series at NO COST to you with thanks to partial funding from EDA CARES grant ED20CHI3070030 that supports innovative leadership’s pandemic response.