Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership expands Customized Ethics Training to NJ Corporations



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TO BUSINESS, EDUCATION, AND NATIONAL EDITORS:

Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership expands Customized Ethics

Training to NJ Corporations

NEWARK, N.J., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Rutgers

Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL), located at Rutgers Business

School, is offering its Customized Ethical Leadership Training

Programs to the business sector. After 15 months of testing programs

with some of the major corporations in NJ, the IEL is rolling out the

programs statewide.

The programs, presented on site and customized in advance, give

participants an opportunity to learn and apply ethical leadership

principles through case studies related to their industry and business

unit. The IEL staff and consultants work closely with division

managers and executives to customize half-day and day-long programs

that focus on risk assessment and real-life ethical challenges facing

their employees.

According to IEL Co-Director James Abruzzo, "With our team of industry

consultants and our internal intellectual capital, we are uniquely

positioned to meet New Jersey's corporations' growing needs for

ongoing ethics training. We combine the best learning from academia

and the experience of practitioners to present valuable training at a

reasonable price."

The IEL's research based intellectual capital, combined with the

practical experience of its industry experts position it as a premier

player in the field of values-based ethical leadership. Each

customized program integrates essential components needed for

success: critical thinking models, decision making tools, principles

of Emotional Intelligence, and relevant case studies with practical

applications. "It is inspiring when business leaders realize that

meeting business goals and behaving ethically are not mutually

exclusive," states IEL Executive Director Judy Young. "In fact they

are in sync and essential for long-term business success."

For more information, please visit,

www.business.rutgers.edu/iel/customized, call 973-353-1135 or e-mail

leadership@business.rutgers.edu.

About the Institute for Ethical Leadership The Institute for Ethical

Leadership at Rutgers Business School works with business and

government, nonprofit and philanthropic organizations, and within

Rutgers University to provide leaders and future leaders with the

education, training and critical-thinking tools needed to become more

effective leaders and managers and make ethical decisions for

real-world challenges. For more information, visit

www.business.rutgers.edu/iel.

SOURCE Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) - Rutgers Business

School Newark and New Brunswick

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/CONTACT: Dana Bochna, Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School, 973-353-3488; danab@business.rutgers.edu

/Web Site: http://www.business.rutgers.edu/iel

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