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The Student Leadership and Ethics Board of the Bernstein Center proudly hosted its Leadership and Ethics Week from March 27th-31st, 2017. Please find below our full week of events which were dedicated to exploring the topics of values-based leadership, ethical executive decision making, and corporate social responsibility.
"Playing by the Rules: Ethics at Work" Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion
Leadership Luncheon on Executive Compensation & Incentive Plans
Authenticity, Courage, and Leadership in Business with Wade Davis
Life After the Salmon Decision: What does it mean for business leaders?
Ethical Business Practices Under the Law: Montrone Dinner with Nicholas Panos '08 and Katherine Reilly
C.O.R.E. Military Leadership Training