The Bill Daniels Business Ethics Luncheon Speaker Series brings students, business leaders, educators and the community together to promote dialogue on business ethics.
The luncheon will feature Eaton Corporation's Rhonda Miller, Manager Global Ethics Education and Training.
As Manager – Global Ethics Education and Training, Ms. Miller is responsible for developing and implementing ethics training programs globally as well as communicating Eaton's expectations on doing business right. Ms. Miller joined Eaton in 1992 and has held engineering and management roles within the Corporate Environmental, Health, and Safety group prior to joining the Global Ethics and Compliance Office in 2007. Ms. Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Purdue University and a Master in Business Administration from Lake Erie College.
Ms. Miller will speak about the ethical challenges individuals face as part of a large multi-national corporation, as well as the importance of a corporate culture that makes doing business right a priority.
Eaton Corporation, based in Cleveland OH, "is a global technology leader in electrical systems for power quality, distribution and control; hydraulics components, systems and services for industrial and mobile equipment; aerospace fuel, hydraulic[s] and pneumatic systems for commercial and military use; and truck and automotive drivetrain and powertrain systems for performance, fuel economy and safety." Eaton's Golf Grip Division is the world's largest manufacturer of golf grips, with manufacturing, sales and distribution facilities on five continents.
Eaton CEO Sandy Cutler, in a message about global ethics and compliance available on the Eaton website, outlined the importance of ethical conduct to the corporation by stating that "Nothing is more important to Eaton's overall success as an enterprise than our ethical values. Our shared regard for the highest standards of honesty and integrity is our biggest strength."
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Co-sponsored by UCCS COB Ethics Initiative and UCCS PGA Golf Management