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How the Principles of Ethical Leadership can be Trained and Embedded in 2022 MBA Programs and in the Business Leadership of Tomorrow 

Posted: February 9, 2022 at 4:26 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Diana Spencer, the Executive Director of the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund which makes grants, supports and inspires business leaders, and advances the work of organizations through expert research and analysis joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Diana Spencer discuss the following:

  1. Tell our audience about the motivations behind the McGowan Fund and why its focus on ethical leadership is so relevant to the crisis facing American businesses in 2022?
  2. Applying impactful and accountable “Business Ethics” in the boardroom is paramount, but how does the McGowan Fund Fellows program look to embed principles that will ensure that the notion of business ethics will not simply be a PR mission to enhancing a company’s bottom line?
  3. How are the McGowan Fund Fellows Selected, which Academic Institutions has the Fund partnered with and where do you look to expand from here?
  4. What type of training do the Fellows receive during their tenure in the program and how are they expected to incorporate it into the remainder of their MBA curricula and throughout their daily working lives?
  5. With the McGowan Fund’s support, what should we expect from a new generation of business leaders?

Conclusion: A new generation of workers are refusing to be treated as they have been in the past and the framework of the 9-5 clock in, clock out, has changed significantly. We are already seeing that in order to be a successful leader over the next few decades, those who lead with empathy and ethics as their north star will not only have employers who will want to work for them, but they will increase their bottom lines in the process.

Diana Spencer is the Executive Director of the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund where she oversees the day-to-day operations of the Fund and manages the McGowan Fund’s  Fellows Program which runs a wholly-unique curriculum focused on business ethics for the top MBA students in the country.

Mrs. Spencer joined the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund from the University of Pittsburgh where she served as the Director of External Relations.


Social Media Links:
Twitter: @FundGowan

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