Our keynote speaker for this third year of our collaborative event with/at Emory University’s Center for Ethics will be Dr. Edward Queen, Director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership and Director of Pedagogy for the Emory Integrity Project
• Gain a deeper awareness of the ethical issues within the practice of Management
• Enhance their ability to identify ethically fraught situations.
• Improve their ethical analysis.
• Develop a process for determining the optimal ethical action within a particular context
and for framing the reasons for that action.
After Dr. Queen’s presentation IMC local and regional members as well as members of our co-promoting affiliate, Organization Change Alliance will then move into breakout sessions and use actual case studies submitted by members to analyze them using the techniques we will have learned.
Includes continental breakfast and lunch. We will wrap up over lunch, to include brief highlights from each group.
Directions to Emory’s Center for Ethics & parking instructions to be sent. Those adjacent public lot(s) projected to cost $12
This ethics event is jointly presented by IMC-Georgia Chapter and Emory University Center for Ethics.
Organization Change Alliance and Southeast Association of Facilitators members invited also!
IMC Members, please note: event will count for 1 point (professional development ethics)
Keynote Speaker Bio
Edward Queen is Director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership at Emory University’s Center for Ethics and Director of Pedagogy for the Emory Integrity Project. He also serves as Co-Director of the university’s Institute of Human Rights. Previous positions include founding director of the Religion and Philanthropy Project at the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy and program officer at Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Queen received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Divinity School of the University of Chicago, and his J.D. from the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis. During his law school career, Queen led a team of students in an Innocence Project case that led to the freeing of a falsely imprisoned man after 20 years in jail. Between 2000 and 2003 he worked at a human rights organization in Macedonia and served as the faculty and curriculum development consultant for the law faculty in establishing the new South Eastern European University in that country.
Queen’s work focuses on applied and professional ethics and the development and implementation of ethics programs in businesses, nonprofits, and governmental agencies. As a teacher, his goal is the formation of ethically informed and publically engaged citizens. Queen has advised numerous organizations on management and ethical issues including the Pew Charitable Trusts, SunTrust, Belk, AECOM, Ethisphere, Voya, CertusHoldings, Coca Cola, USAID, the Southeastern Council of Foundations, and the Corporation for National and Community Service.