“The inclusion of Dennis Muilenburg as a keynote speaker at the 2014 Global Ethics Summit will provide great additional perspective on the role of senior executives in creating a consistent, global culture of ethics.”
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
Ethisphere is pleased to announce that Dennis Muilenburg, vice chairman, president and chief operating officer for The Boeing Company, will be a keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Global Ethics Summit, taking place March 20-21 at the Crowne Plaza Times Square in New York. Mr. Muilenburg has been a leader in shaping Boeing’s focus on growing an ethical and compliant workplace culture. He has spoken at numerous industry events on how integrity and openness are key components of high-performing organizations and vital to a company’s growth and success.
“In our industry, lives really do depend on our commitment to integrity. People need to not only trust our products; they need to trust the people who build them. And, as the global landscape for ethical business conduct and compliance becomes more complex, maintaining ethical standards grows even more critical for companies,” Muilenburg said at a defense industry conference last year.
Prior to taking his current post at the end of 2013, Mr. Muilenburg was president and CEO of the company’s $33 billion, 58,000-employee Boeing Defense, Space & Security business. There he worked to ensure globally consistent ethical practices as the unit’s international business grew substantially.
Muilenburg will participate in a one-on-one discussion with Ethisphere Institute Executive Director, Chairman and Founder Alex Brigham for a candid dialogue on how business leaders across the c-suite can set the right tone at a global company and how effective leaders step in to overcome ethical challenges that may threaten the sustained success of a respected enterprise.
“The inclusion of Dennis Muilenburg as a keynote speaker at the 2014 Global Ethics Summit will provide great additional perspective on the role of senior executives in creating a consistent, global culture of ethics,” Alex Brigham, Chairman of Ethisphere, said. “He is in a unique position to help enhance and expand the conversation around leadership and tone from the top.”
Muilenburg is a member of the boards of directors of Caterpillar Inc., the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science & Technology). He serves on the steering committee of the Defense Industry Initiative, is a member of the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) board of governors and serves on the AIA executive committee. He also serves on the boards of trustees for the National World War II Museum and Washington University (St. Louis).
The 6th Annual Global Ethics Summit
The 2014 summit, hosted by Ethisphere and Thomson Reuters, will focus on leadership strategies driving governance and performance and will address global trends and expectations, anti-corruption, technology and data and ethics and reputation.
To learn more or to register for the 6th Annual Global Ethics Summit, visit http://www.globalethicssummit2014.com.
The Ethisphere® Institute is an independent center of research, best practices and thought leadership that promotes best practices in corporate ethics and compliance and enables organizations to improve governance, mitigate risk, and enhance relationships with employees, business partners, investors and the broad regulatory community. Ethisphere evaluates and benchmarks compliance and governance programs, honors superior achievement through its World’s Most Ethical Companies’™ recognition program, and publishes Ethisphere Magazine. Ethisphere is also the leading provider of independent verification of corporate ethics and compliance programs that include: Ethics Inside® Certification, Compliance Leader Verification™ and Anti-Corruption Program Verification™. Learn more at http://www.ethisphere.com.
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