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January 30: Decide for yourself whether Trust is indeed "The Essential Yet Often Elusive Ingredient in Corporate Success”

Katherine Tyler Scott, one of the country's experts on morally responsible management, explores ”Trust: The Essential Yet Often Elusive Ingredient in Corporate Success”

When:Tuesday, January 30 7:00-9:00 PM
Where: Butler University Krannert Room, Clowes Memorial Hall 4600 Sunset Ave., Indianapolis 46208

”Trust: The Essential Yet Often Elusive Ingredient in Corporate Success”

Trust seems like a simple concept, but understanding the ethics of trust and cultivating it in corporate settings can be difficult. What is trust and how does it express itself in the workplace and in corporate boardrooms? Does the place of trust in religious communities offer any insight for the business world?

Discussing this topic will be Katherine Tyler Scott is a consultant on corporate leadership, labor relations and conflict management. She is managing partner of Ki ThoughtBridge, an Indianapolis-based consulting firm that focuses on leadership development, change management, conflict resolution, and negotiation. She is founder and former president of Trustee Leadership Development, and author of Creating Caring and Capable Boards: Reclaiming the Passion for Active Trusteeship. Ms. Scott is an active laywoman in the Episcopal Church and a member of that denomination’s Special Commission on the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. Responding to her talk will be the Rev. Kent Millard, senior pastor at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, congregation of diverse lay-driven ministries and programs.

This discussion is part of Butler University Seminar on Religion and World Civilization, and is organized by the Center for Faith and Vocation. If this event sounds interesting, you should check out the Center's talk about whether capitalism is in the public good on February 27. YOu also might want to attend a discussion of how Swedes are trying to integrate work and family life on March 9.

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