While the source of ethics can be difficult to identify, it is imperative for a successful CEO to instill a culture of integrity within an enterprise. Questions arise regarding how best and how often to communicate an ethical culture, how to welcome non-punitive transparency and honesty, and how to handle unethical behavior when it occurs. Is it a matter of simply formalizing core values, or is something more required? We will explore real life challenges and real-world situations ("the good, the bad, and the ugly"). Come away with practical ideas to create a strong ethical culture within your organization.
6 - 6:30 pm - Mingling
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Panel Presentation
Marc Hodak, Managing Director, Hodak Value Advisors, Adjunct Associate Professor, NYU Stern School of Business
- Michael Brozzetti, President, Boundless LLC
- Paul Donato, Director, Forensic Accounting, Atlantic Financial Advisory Partners LLC
- Greg Miller, Esq., Managing Partner, Commercial Litigation Practice, Drinker Biddle & Reath
- George Zauflik, SVP, Compliance and Government Relations, Cardone Industries
Michael Brozzetti is President of Boundless LLC, an internal audit consultancy helping companies safeguard their reputation and fiduciary integrity. Michael is an internationally-recognized expert on the topics of auditing, risk, compliance, ethics, fraud, and governance. He has been published in numerous industry journals and has been interviewed and quoted by the Wall Street Journal, CFO.com, and Comcast’s MoneyMattersTV.
Paul Donato, Investigative Expert, has more than ten years of forensic accounting and litigation consulting experience. During his career, Paul has provided a variety of investigative and accounting services in matters including commercial litigation, bankruptcy litigation, insurance and construction litigation, SEC investigations, and broker/dealer malfeasance. He has also assisted counsel and clients in more than 20 fraud investigations.
Greg Miller is a managing partner of Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP and a partner in the Commercial Litigation Practice Group. His practice focuses on complex litigation in federal and state courts. Greg’s areas of concentration include white collar criminal defense, commercial litigation, securities litigation and internal investigations.
George Zauflik's responsibilities include corporate crisis management plans, loss prevention, internal audits and ethics programs. George represents Cardone Industries at the city, state and federal levels to educate elected officials about the impacts proposed government actions will have on the domestic automotive parts remanufacturing industry. George also oversees community and public relations for the company as well as corporate regulatory systems.
Any questions, please contact Lisa Carnesi, 610 804 1610.