FORA.tv Speaker - Joanne Ciulla
One of the founding faculty members of the Jepson School, Joanne B. Ciulla teaches courses on ethics, critical thinking, conflict resolution and leadership in international contexts. She also teaches a new course, Artists and Leaders, which is a collaboration with art historian Dr. Charles Johnson. A demanding and creative teacher, she was honored in 2003 with the Outstanding Faculty Award from The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.
Professor Ciulla has held the UNESCO Chair in Leadership Studies at the United Nations International Leadership Academy in Jordan and academic appointments at La Salle University, the Harvard Business School, The Wharton School and Oxford University.
Professor Ciulla's research interests are leadership ethics, business ethics, international leadership and the philosophy of work.
Her books include Ethics, The Heart of Leadership; The Working Life: The Promise and Betrayal of Modern Work; and The Ethics of Leadership. The book critics at Amazon.com ranked The Working Life as No. 2 in their list of the 10 best business books of 2000.
She co-authored a business ethics text called Honest Work: A Business Ethics Reader and co-edited a collection of essays called The Quest for Ethical Leaders: Essays in Leadership Ethics. Ciulla is now researching her next book on the origins of ethics and leadership.
She lectures all over the world and presents on a range of topics. Recent presentations included a plenary address and seminar on teaching ethics at the Zayed University Conference on Women as Global Leaders in Dubai and presentations on ethics and leadership in Davos, Dresden, Rome and Sao Paulo.
Dr. Ciulla consults on ethics and leadership programs with universities, businesses and government agencies in the United States and overseas. She has also presented at The World Economic Forum, The Brookings Institution and the Aspen Institute. Ciulla has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs and was featured in Bill Moyers' "World of Ideas II" series.
01.30.08 | 02:02:26 min
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