Prominent Ethics Speaker Brings Real-World Wit, Wisdom to BW

 

Bruce Weinstein, Ph.D., a corporate consultant and engaging speaker self-described as "The Ethics Guy," will share his insights about ethical leadership and everyday decision-making as part of Baldwin Wallace University's Enduring Questions: The Mark Collier Lecture Series on Tuesday, March 15, 8 p.m., in the Kleist Center for Art and Drama, 95 E. Bagley Rd., Berea.

Offering simple but practical techniques applicable to everyday life, Weinstein is a prominent speaker, author and consultant.  His clients include the National Football League as well as 300 other leading groups throughout the U.S.  

He writes an online column published on BusinessWeek.com called "Ask the Ethics Guy" and appears regularly on CNN as an ethics analyst.  He has appeared on NBC's "Today Show," ABC's "Good Morning America," MSNBC's "Live," FOX Business Network's "Cavuto," FOX News Channel's "O'Reilly Factor" and "Fox & Friends" as well as NPR's "Leonard Lopate Show."  In addition, he has had been featured or quoted in several national magazines, newspapers and other media.

The author or editor of five books, Weinstein's most recent ones are "Life Principles: Feeling Good by Doing Good" and "Is It Still Cheating If I Don't Get Caught?"  A popular and energetic speaker, Weinstein's presentations, blogs and podcasts appeal to a variety of audience types and topics -- ranging from teens, college students, parents and teachers to small business owners and corporate executives.

Enduring Questions presentations are free and open to the public. For more information, please call 440-826-2325 or visit the Web site for driving directions to campus

Weinstein's program is sponsored by Baldwin Wallace University's Academic & Cultural Events Series, the David Brain Leadership Program, the Office of Core Curriculum and the Office of Multicultural Student Services.

Now in its fifth year, Enduring Questions Lecture Series was developed to broaden an individual's understanding of what it means to be human, as well as how humans relate to each other and the environment.  The Enduring Questions program was established in honor of Dr. Mark Collier, long-time BW professor, dean and past president (1999-2006).

This year's theme continues to study human behavior and centers on the business world, as it explores how corporate scandals, political cover-ups and personal misconduct can strangle the reputation of leaders and their organizations. Amid pressure to survive in stable economic times and an ever-changing regulatory environment, today's leaders face challenges as well as opportunities.

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