“A Way Other Than Our Own: Ethical Leadership As A Catalyst for Success”
Seminar April 26 to focus on ethical leadership; cultural diversity
Four business and community leaders will discuss tools for successfully navigating increasingly complex ethical challenges in a global society at a half-day seminar in Missoula April 26. “A Way Other Than Our Own: Ethical Leadership As a Catalyst for Success,” led by is presented by Missoula Sunrise Rotary.
Panelists are Joyce Dombrouski; chief executive officer of Providence Health and Services’ Montana Service Area; Donna Gaukler, director of Missoula Parks & Recreation; Mike Halligan, executive director of the Dennis & Phyllis Washington Foundation; and Jack Lawson, chief executive officer of Missoula Federal Credit Union. Susan Hay Patrick, chief executive officer of United Way of Missoula County, will moderate.
The seminar, sponsored by the Washington Companies and Missoula Federal Credit Union, will be held at the Doubletree Edgewater Hotel, 100 Madison St., from 8 a.m.- 12 p.m. Cost is $75.00. Registration: https://portal.clubrunner.ca/1584
For over 100 years, Rotarians have successfully used a framework for ethical decision making called “The Four-Way Test” to guide effective leadership in businesses, families and communities. “A Way Other Than Our Own” is a half-day, interactive educational seminar designed to examine this framework and explore how an expanded understanding of cultural diversity can foster professional and personal success. The seminar will include a panel of local CEO-level business leaders, including Missoula Federal Credit Union chief executive officer Jack Lawson; and Joyce Dombrouski, chief executive of Providence Health and Services’ Montana Service Area.
Seminar leader Fluck is a German-born cross-cultural researcher, educational entrepreneur and instructor. For the past 20 years, he has developed and taught award-winning cultural competence-building seminars and diversity trainings, nationally and internationally. Fluck, an alumnus of the University of Montana, was the founder of Multicultural Learning Solutions and from 2013-16 was the director of Global Gateway, one of the largest multicultural education offices in the State of Montana, housed on the University of Montana campus.
“To see beyond our own perspectives and biases is the crux of succeeding not only as a leader but more importantly as a caring citizen in an increasingly complex world,” said Missoula Sunrise Rotary president Betsy Mulligan-Dague. “The Rotary Four-Way Test is a timeless and proven simple tool with a profound impact to change the way we work and live.”