See what real-world ethical leadership looks like.
Ethics OnSite takes learning beyond the classroom — and to a whole new level. Students will spend time with high-level executives exploring ethical challenges and opportunities at FirstBank, one of the largest privately held banks in the nation. Ethics OnSite typically takes students to an organization’s headquarters to gain hands-on experience and insight; however, the Fall 2020 program will be hosted virtually, with students video-conferencing with FirstBank executives to learn about how the business handles ethical issues.Read more
Jack Kroll has built strong roots at the University of Colorado. From undergraduate to career professional to alumnus to MS graduate to Regent, Jack is one of those people that seems to jump at every opportunity to get involved, take action, and continually strive to improve the lives of everyone around him.
Making the most of undergrad
Jack, a Colorado native, decided to stay close to home at CU Denver and double-majored in Economics and English Literature in 2011. Read more
Students at Ethics OnSite DaVita
In Fall 2020, students will spend time with high-level executives exploring ethical challenges and opportunities at FirstBank, one of the largest privately held banks in the nation. FirstBank, headquartered in Lakewood, CO, presents a unique perspective as the ethics function is run through the risk management office, which reports directly to the Board of Directors’ Risk Committee.
“This should be of great interest to our students because it is a different approach than many other organizations take,” said Ira Selkowitz CU Denver Business School DFEI Director and Senior Instructor. Read more
COVID-19 is presenting the world with an unprecedented crisis. As surely as this is a health crisis, it can also turn into a crisis of ethics. An organization needs strong ethical leadership to make decisions quickly, decisively, and transparently to ensure long-term viability.
From Volkswagen to Wells Fargo to Theranos, there are no shortage of high-profile corporate ethics scandals in recent history. Read more
The business world is charting unseen territory. With the future business landscape likely altered forever, you’ll need to be the kind of leader that can adapt and thrive in crisis mode. Join us online to hear expert Business School alumni discuss the skills they developed after graduation that helped them succeed in life and business.
Grow your skills in:
> Becoming more adaptable, flexible, and resilient in trying times
> Lean project management: eliminating waste, reducing costs, and adding value
> Networking, relationship building, and making the right connections
> Harnessing creativity and innovation to tackle unique new challenges
> Emotional intelligence: effectively communicating, managing stress, and prioritizing empathy during a crisis
Can’t make it? Read more
All of us dream about what’s next in our careers, even if it’s simply escaping the trials of our current role. How do you know if you’re giving up something decent for something that – while it may have the potential to be better – also holds the possibility that it could be much worse? It’s not a decision to take lightly, so join us to walk through the essential questions that you need address before submitting your resignation. Read more
Ethics OnSite takes learning beyond the classroom — and to a whole new level. Successful applicants will spend time on-location exploring ethical challenges and opportunities from some of the nation’s leading organizations. Travel expenses will be paid by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the CU Denver Business School.
Dates and Locations:
Monday-Tuesday, March 9-10, 2020
Defense Contracting & Cybersecurity
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
The World Bank
Thursday, March 12, 2020