Beverly Kracher, CEO/Executive Director of the Business Ethics Alliance
Have you ever been in an ethical situation at work but don’t know how to handle it? This workshop explores the ethical blindspots that occur in the workplace and the labeling and communication strategies that participants can immediately use to navigate those ethical situations.
Dr. Beverly Kracher holds the Robert B. Daugherty Endowed Chair in Business Ethics & Society in the College of Business at Creighton University. With more than 20 years developing and sharing ethical insights, Dr. Kracher brings clarity to every facet of what constitute ethical behavior, from how to deal with everyday moral dilemmas and stop moral snowballs, to how to align an organization to its core values and drive economic development in an ethical community. Dr. Kracher holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and was a Research Fellow with the Center for International Business Ethics in Beijing, China. She has extensive international ethics experience, including: Dominican Republic, where she was as an instructor in the Creighton University Study Abroad Program for three years; France, where she met with L’Oreal executives to learn about ethics and compliance in their firm; Japan, where she learned about ethics and compliance at Prudential Financial; and, Ethiopia, where she spoke at a university about business ethics as a competitive advantage and also met with the female owner of the largest travel agency in the country to discuss cultural similarities and differences in business ethics.
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