A Double Edged Sword: Navigating Greed and Ethics in Leadership
|Event Start Date||Thursday, November 17, 2011|
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Room 102
|Event Start Time||7:15 am - 9:30 am|
MSEL presents Randy Noe
Check-in and breakfast begin at 7:15 a.m.
Event will be held from 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Please RSVP no later than Monday, Nov. 14, by going to http://bit.ly/RandyNoe.
Randy Noe will discuss his personal journey navigating serious ethical breaches in the leadership of publicly traded companies and the consequences that followed for key stakeholders. He will address the conditions leading up to these crossroads, and the ethical dilemmas involved. His compelling story will take you through decisions made using only a moral compass while being faced with extreme corporate pressures. Almost 10 years removed from these events, Noe will share his insights regarding the significance of performing under extreme and unique factors in the business world.
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About our speaker:
With more than 20 years of senior leadership, operations and finance experience, Randy Noe brings business perspective and best practices from working with thousands of C-level and VP leaders. He understands the pressures business leaders face because he’s been there, he speaks their language, and he knows the drivers that create and sustain business value. He led the Southern California regional Financial Valuation practice for Arthur Andersen, directed mergers and acquisitions for a public software company, treasury operations for a $500 million apparel manufacturing and retail firm, and managed numerous complex $1 billion transactions. Noe holds an MBA from the University of Southern California and a BA in psychology from San Diego State University. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.
The depth and breadth of his experience puts Noe in a unique position to build high-value relationships for executive leadership and career development. Noe has coached executive leaders across all functions from global companies to small businesses in a variety of industries, including Accenture, Cisco Systems, Edwards Lifesciences, Honeywell, McGladrey, Philips, Quest Software, and Thomson Reuters. He has created and delivered leadership programs, facilitated continuous learning, and coached leaders throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He has also coached executives in career transition throughout Southern California to land new positions.
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