COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Our principle-based leadership and ethics outreach and consulting efforts are driven
by the desire to raise awareness of ethical issues and provide practical, actionable
information to organizations and individuals to enhance ethics and leadership development.
Our principle-based ethics outreach programs focus on three audiences:
Speaker: Kent Noble
Course Duration: 90 - 120 Minutes
In this course, we guide participants through a process where each person creates
a personal code of ethics based on what matters most in their lives and careers. Throughout
the process, we demonstrate how the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Principles relate
to one’s personal code.
Duration: 75 - 90 Minutes
In this course, we put participants through a brief personal brand self-evaluation
exercise. Then we reveal our opinion on personal branding, which is: To have a GREAT
personal brand, we believe you need to be known for your integrity, attitude, and
grit! We then discuss practical ways we can use the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative
Principles to build our brands in these three areas.
Speaker: Dr. Chase Thiel
Course Duration: 60 minutes
Dr. Chase Thiel’s training on ethical decision-making and leadership prepares participants
to navigate ethical dilemmas by raising their awareness of why good-intentioned people
do bad things and the situational factors playing into most ethical decisions. Participants,
further, are taught how to design organizational environments that promote ethical
behavior and bring out ethical behavior in others.
We work with our stakeholder organizations to evaluate issues relating to principle-based
leadership and ethics and develop solutions. Whether you need the help of our top
experts or a highly competent team of our program's interns, we can help you tailor
solutions to your organization that provide long-term success.
Duration: 60 Minutes
In this course, Dr. Chase Thiel relates the importance of personal integrity to explain
why there seems to be a scarcity of effective leaders in the world today. Dr. Thiel
then provides a principle-based leadership framework. Finally, he leads attendees
through a process of developing their own set of leadership principles and preparing
to lead consistently with them.
In this course, Dr. Chase Thiel relates the behavioral ethics literature to explain
why good employees sometimes commit unethical acts in companies with the typical ethical
“safeguards” (e.g., code of conduct, annual ethics training, etc.). He then presents
a set of research-based principles for removing ethical pitfalls in the modern organization
and, finally, leads attendees through a process of identifying and altering practices
that unintentionally encourage employee ethical misconduct.
Management & Marketing
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 760-7860