Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics

When Not Being Bad Isn't Good Enough...

August 7, 2008

7:30 AM-12:00PM

U.S. Attorney Walt Wilkins

South Carolina's U.S. Attorney Walt Wilkins will serve as the keynote speaker for this ethics workshop - the second in a series of seminars focusing on business ethics. Clemson University’s Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics is happy to be partnering with The Capital Corporation (event sponsor), the Greenville Chamber Foundation (event host) and USC Upstate George Dean Johnson Jr. College of Business and Economics.

Networking and coffee will begin at 7:30 a.m. with the program starting at 8:00 a.m. Howard Daniel of Ogletree Deakins will welcome and introduce the moderators and the keynote speaker. Immediately following Wilkins' address, attendees will participate in one of several topic-based groups to discuss pertinent ethical challenges and dilemmas facing today's business world. Attendees will have the choice of a second breakout session. The entire event will provide the opportunity to discuss, learn from and network with many others.

Breakout sessions are as follows:

  • Gary Mathes with Dixon Hughes: "Fraud in the Workplace"
  • Jo Hackl with the Wyche Law Firm: "The Fringe Benefits of Virtue: How to Develop an Ethics Policy to Minimize Risks and Help the Bottom Line"
  • EL Mont with The Capital Corporation: "How to keep ethics alive within your organization"
  • George Miller and Debra Clements, Milliken: Session Topic To Be Determined...
  • Mike Mino with Property Boss Solutions & Dan Wueste with Clemson University’s Rutland Institute for Ethics: "Innovating with Integrity"

Following the break out sessions, the entire group will gather together for closing thoughts and will wrap up at 12:00 p.m.

Thursday, August 7 2008

When Not Being Bad Isn't Good Enough...

Greenville Chamber of Commerce; Greenville, SC

24 Cleveland St. ~ Greenville, SC 29601



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Sponsored by:

The Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce