Expectations associated with the Ethics Council
Ethics in Business & Government participation compliment the overall responsibilities of the EAB to the School of Business, Government, and Economics.
The Ethics Council seeks to advance a management philosophy that is based on ethical practices and behavior. By demonstrating the use of ethical, honest and unselfish behavior to subordinates, ethical leaders earn the respect of their peers. We further believe people are more likely to follow a leader who respects others and shows integrity.
THE ETHICS COUNCIL AS A RESOURCE
Given the belief that a strong ethical culture within business and government is important, the Ethics Council provides consultation and advice to assist in determining responses to ethical dilemmas noted in the workplace.
The Ethics Council also serves as a resource for issues at the intersection of faith and work. It seeks to support movement of faith and work initiatives to the next level—furthering both growth and impact.
We live in a city that is driven by ambition but also desperate for rest. The Ethics Council supports work that provides new visions in this area and attempts to answer life questions such as: To what end?