Exploring Integrity and its Impact on LeadingCheryl Gray Hines
John Bahcall Auditorium
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
September 27, 2011
It’s want we want and want to be able to do. Are you trusted as a leader, colleague or employee? Why does trust matter in our work and in our lives? How do integrity and trust improve our ability to lead and develop organizations?
Join us to discover the world of trust as we explore the distinction between integrity and ethics, identify the link between trust and integrity and understand the multidimensional nature of integrity.
Over the past twenty years, Cheryl Gray Hines has assisted individuals, teams and organizations clarify impediments to reaching business objectives as well as develop focused goals and strategies to attain success in the midst of uncertainty, complexity and change. Cheryl has experience working with diverse companies and industries. Her current focus has been how to assess the quality of trust and integrity in organizations and understand its impact on driving teams and organizations forward.
Hines holds a Masters in Applied Behavioral Science in Organization Development from Johns Hopkins University and a B.A. in Sociology and Communications from Boston College and currently serves as adjunct faculty for the John Hopkins University Leadership Development Program.