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The quest for ever-increasing profits is fueling the proliferation of unethical behavior that we have been seeing in business over the past 10 or so years. We can typically trace this behavior to the tremendous pressure placed on leaders to increase the bottom-line, gain more market share, and contribute more and more profit into the pockets of their investors.
As leaders, we need to make sure that our actions and behaviors reflect the positive values of our organizations, and that we are encouraging and rewarding ethical behaviors throughout the organization.
Join us for the presentation, led by Dr. Brian McGilvray, as we discuss four key areas that leaders should be focusing on, such as:
Brian McGilvray is a full-time faculty member at the Pepperdine University Graziadio Business School. He previously taught at CSU and has guest lectured at UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management. In addition, he was awarded a Teaching Assistant Fellowship and currently serves as the Chair of the Master of Science in Business Program in the Graziadio Business School.
McGilvray has spent nearly twenty-five years as a practicing attorney, specializing in the areas of business and corporate law, business planning and formation, and employment law. He serves on the board of directors for several Southern California corporations and non-profit organizations. He has received numerous honors for his non-profit work and philanthropic endeavors.
He earned his JD degree from the Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law, and his MBA and BS from the Pepperdine University Graziadio Business School.