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Leading and Architecting the Trustworthy Organization

  • Tue, October 22, 2013
  • 8:30 AM
  • Thu, October 24, 2013
  • 5:00 PM
  • Fordham University Westchester Campus; 400 Westchester Avenue, West Harrison, NY 10604
Leading and Architecting the Trustworthy Organization
Maximizing Sustainable Performance


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Program Goals:

  • Share thought leadership and best practices for how to build and sustain high-performing, high-trust organizations.
  • Create a global network of leaders who can be resources to each other in building high trust firms.
  • Highlight the critical connections between organizational performance, trust, employee engagement, innovation, collaboration, and relations with regulators.

Target Audience

The target audience for this program are senior executives whose functional area (HR, Ethics, Compliance, Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, Manufacturing, Product and Service Design, Sustainability) plays a key role in organizational trust and reputation. We want the internal thought leaders and key agents that must lead their organization’s effort to create internal and external trust relations.


Graham Dietz, Durham University and Co-author of The Recovery of Trust: Case Studies of Organizational Failures and Trust Repair

Robert Hurley
, Fordham University and author of
The Decision to Trust

Aneil Mishra
, North Carolina Central University and author
Becoming a Trustworthy Leader

Anthony O’Rielly
, Formerly a partner at PWC and Leader of Internal Audit at Siemens

John Preli
, IBM, Director, Trust and Compliance Officer

Al Rosa
, General Electric, Chief Compliance Director and Senior Executive Counsel

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