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For over ten years, Auburn has convened closed-door, off-the-record conversations among CEOs in New York City on the role of senior leadership in creating a culture of expectation for ethical business conduct. Now Auburn is expanding its work in this arena to include broader conversations and collaborations among various stakeholders in the corporate world - compliance officers, board members, shareholders, and government regulators, as well as CEOs.
The Corporate Ethics Roundtable is our signature program on corporate ethics. Every 6-8 weeks, Auburn convenes some of the top corporate and religious leaders available to discuss the ethical dimensions of some of the most pressing challenges for corporate leadership today: decision-making, governance, compensation, and social responsibility. Recent events include conversations on “The Ethics of Corporate Profit” and “Is Good Business Good Business? Corporate Character, Conduct, and the Bottom Line.”
For more information on Auburn’s corporate ethics programs, please contact the Rev. J.C. Austin, Director of Auburn’s Center for Christian Leadership, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-662-4315.
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