The LBJ School of Public Affairs Presents 'Ethics in Government'
The LBJ School of Public Affairs Presents "Ethics in Government," a one-day conference on October 28, 2009 at the Thompson Conference Center.
The event will feature an opening keynote address by Robert Hoyk, a clinical pyschologist, titled "The Ethical Executive: Becoming Aware of the Root Causes of Unethical Behavior." Hoyk has conducted research in several institutions and has given presentations and seminars throughout the United States to executives, physicians and couples.
Other speakers include The Honorable Bill Ratliff, Former Texas State Lieutenant Governor, who will be speaking on ethical leadership; Geoffrey Tumlin, assistant director for Center for Ethical Leadership at
the LBJ School of Public Affairs, whose talk will focus on leading change; and Hank Shea, a distinguished senior fellow at theUniversity of St. Thomas School of Law and Richard Juliano, Former deputy chief of staff for former Illinois Governor George Ryan, whose address is titled "The Consequence of Public Corruption: An Insider’s View."
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For more information on the conference, contact Kelly Bollinger at 512-232-4024.
To register for this event, visit