Seminars aim to improve business ethics
Right and wrong are not always easy to define. Business leaders encounter challenging ethical dilemmas on a daily basis. The Above Board Chamber of Florida is conducting a pair of Ethics in Business seminars designed to help owners, managers and decision makers at every level operate with greater confidence and peace of mind.
Dawn-Marie Driscoll, emeritus executive fellow at the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts, will serve as master of ceremonies for the Ethics in Business discussion set for 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday, April 9 at the Hilton Naples. She’ll direct a panel with Michael A. Wynn, president and chairman of the board for Sunshine Ace Hardware; Garrett S. Richter, president, chief financial officer and director of Florida First Integrity Bank; and Karen Conley, founder and CEO of Charity for Change.
A companion Ethics in Business meeting is set for 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday, April 12 at the Pelican Preserve Town Center on 10561 Veneto Drive in Fort Myers. Master of ceremonies Connie Ramos-Williams, president and chief marketing officer of CONRIC PR & Marketing, will lead a panel made up of WINK News anchor Lois Thome; Cindy McCurry Ross, executive editor and vice president of content for The News-Press; and Timothy Dupre, president and chief operating officer of Conditioned Air.
Naples lunch registration
Fort Myers lunch registration
Non-members are encouraged to attend two meetings and consider joining. To become a member, call Jeanne Sweeney at 239-910-7426.
The Naples meeting will be sponsored by the Food Idea Group and Naples Floral Design. The Food Idea Group will also sponsor the Fort Myers meeting, as will Pavese Law Firm partner Christina Harris Schwinn. Special thanks to 2018 yearly sponsors CONRIC PR & Marketing, Pulse Technology Solutions LLC, Spada Salon & Day Spa, Your Walking Billboard, Charlie McDonald Photography, Lady in Pink Photography and Signarama North Fort Myers.