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February 20th, 2006

 


Sure, IMC helps you effectively manage ethical issues in your practice...

Do you do enough to help your clients manage their business ethics and regulatory compliance?

Current trends in business ethics and new, federal standards on managing ethics and compliance in U.S. workplaces.

Management Consultant’s Forum
Monday, February 20th, 2006

Tim C. Mazur, 18 years an expert in business ethics, will open our eyes to the world of practical business ethics. As VP over Countrywide’s corporate ethics program, Tim will explain the legal and risk-based motivations for organizations of all sizes to develop and maintain an effective program to prevent and detect misconduct.

Business ethics is no longer the oxymoronic black box that means something different to every one you ask. Thousands of organizations have begun to treat business ethics as the strategic management issue it is, and state and federal governments and agencies have obliged by creating extraordinary incentives for leaders to "do it right.” Join Tim as he delivers the basic information you need to understand these incentives en route to helping your clients meet or exceed current standards and otherwise pursue excellence in business ethics and compliance.
 

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  Introducing...

Tim C. Mazur
Vice President, Ethics
Countrywide Financial Corporation

Tim is an ethicist with 18 years of experience managing ethics, compliance, and social responsibility issues in corporations, nonprofits, and other organizations. Fourteen of those years were spent as a management consultant, helping client organizations reshape their law-based compliance programs into values-based ethics programs.

Tim has:

  • taught business ethics and strategy courses in the M.B.A. programs at six universities;
  • published a dozen articles;
  • appeared on national television as a business ethics commentator as well as appeared in print, radio, and the internet;
  • worked in the U.S. Congress; and
  • in a federal criminal matter, served as the first expert witness ever approved by the U.S. Department of Justice for judging the effectiveness of a corporate ethics program.

Tim earned his M.B.A. degree in business economics and public policy at The George Washington University and a B.A. degree in political science in his hometown of San Diego at San Diego State University.

Tim Mazur is currently Vice President, Ethics, at Countrywide Financial Corporation, the parent company of Countrywide Home Loans, the largest originator and servicer of home loans in the United States. Countrywide’s workforce numbers over-55,000 in all 50 states, Europe, and Asia, with 10,000 of those men and women based in North Texas. Tim joined Countrywide two years ago after serving as regional ethics and compliance officer and regional privacy officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield in Denver. Before that, Tim was director of Integrity Management Services for KPMG’s Midwestern region based in Chicago.

 

 

 

LOCATION      

Cooper Aerobics Center, Guest Lodge
Preston Road at Churchill Way (one half mile South of 635)
  

  
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Cost:
February 20th, 2006
5:30 - 6:30 pm
6:30 - 7:30 pm
$20.00 for members $30.00 guests
 
Reservations:  Online Or Richard Morgan - 972-931-7993 rpmorgan@morganmarketingsolutions.com
  

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