Goolsby Professor Presents Ethics Seminar, "Integrity First"
James Campbell Quick, Ph.D., John and Judy Goolsby – Jacqualyn A. Fouse Endowed Chair and professor of leadership and organizational behavior, will present an invited ethics seminar “Integrity First: Dr. Joseph M. Grant, General Tommy Franks, and the Deepwater Oil Spill” at Lancaster University Management School on Wednesday, June 18, 2014.
The framework for the ethics seminar comes from Quick’s Goolsby Leadership Academy 10th Anniversary article with John L. Goolsby, titled “Integrity First: Ethics for Leaders and Followers,” that was recognized this year with the 2013-14 Distinguished Professional Publication Award by the UT Arlington College of Business. In addition, the contributions of Goolsby Scholars Billy Jones (Cohort 9), James “Ryan” Boutwell (Cohort 10), and Victor Isaias Gonzalez Hernandez (Cohort 9) are incorporated into the seminar along with an examination of the character strengths and virtues of Goolsby Distinguished Leader Medallion honorees Joseph M. (Jody) Grant, Ph.D., and General Tommy Franks.
Quick is a distinguished scholar and visiting professor at the Lancaster University Management School where he contributes to the mission of the Centre for Performance-led HR (CPHR). He and Goolsby Professor Ann McFadyen, Ph.D., recently published “No Accident: Health, Well-being, Performance…and Danger” in CPHR’s “Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance.”