The University of North Georgia will soon host academic, business and military leaders for an open discussion about ethics in these fields.
Dubbed “Honor2Lead: Military Values in Business,” the event will be simulcast to colleges, high schools, businesses, military bases and more, according to a release from the university.
Thousands of viewers will get to hear about ethics play a role in academia, business and the military.
Presenters include John Maxwell, New York Times bestselling author; Julia Davis, chief information officer for Aflac Inc.; Jay Rogers, founder of Local Motors; Maj. Gen. Stayce Harris, commander of the 22nd Air Force, Dobbins Air Force Base; and finally UNG alumnus Lt. Gen. James L. Terry, commander of Operation Inherent Resolve, the U.S. military intervention against ISIS.
“Academia, business and military are the three sectors driving leadership in our society,” said Rose Procter, Honor2Lead cofounder and director of the BB&T Center for Ethical Business Leadership in the Mike Cottrell College of Business. “As a military college with a strong business and civilian presence, UNG is the perfect platform to bring these three sectors together, and this event is a perfect opportunity to deliver leadership education.”
The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sept. 25 and viewing locations for the simulcast will be available on each UNG campus.
UNG students, alumni, and employees can register for free here.