Release Date: February 17, 2022
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Leaders from the business, nonprofit and academic worlds will come together in person and virtually on April 7 for a conference hosted by the University at Buffalo School of Management’s Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (CLOE).
The daylong event, “Leading Ethically in the New World of Work,” will give managers the tools to expand their ethical behavior so they can better support their colleagues, help them grow and motivate them to perform at their highest levels.
The conference will begin at 8 a.m. at The Powerhouse, 140 Lee Street, Buffalo, for in-person attendees, and will also be available for remote attendance via Zoom.
“A key question right now is, ‘What should be the new world of work?,’” says Paul Tesluk, dean and professor of the UB School of Management. “This year’s CLOE conference—with an outstanding set of speakers and content—will address this fundamental question and provide leaders with the ideas, concepts and tools to create a future that is ethical, just and inclusive.”
The conference will feature four keynote presentations throughout the day:
Additional breakout sessions will feature the latest leadership research from UB School of Management faculty and lessons from top-level industry experts.
The event builds upon the success of previous CLOE conferences, which have offered opportunities to learn about the future of leadership, diversity and inclusion, the power of people-oriented leadership, social innovation and entrepreneurship, and emerging research and how to put that research into practice.
Tickets are $199 per person, with a discounted rate for UB students, faculty and staff. For a full schedule and registration information, visit management.buffalo.edu/cloe2022.