The following centers and institutes may be of additional help to you as you continue your research into business ethics and leadership.
The Greenleaf Center promotes the understanding and practice of servant leadership. The Center holds conferences, publishes books and materials, sponsors speakers and seminars, and provides information and services for its members. Robert K. Greenleaf founded the center in 1964. The Greenleaf Center nurtures colleagues and institutions by providing opportunities to share thoughts and ideas about servant leadership; publishes and shares resources on servant leadership; and helps servant leaders connect in a network of mutual learning.
The center seeks to strengthen the Judeo-Christian ethical foundations in business and public policy decisions by fostering dialogue among academic and corporate leaders, as well as by research and publications. The center also helps to coordinate and integrate the teaching of ethics throughout the business curriculum at Notre Dame.
At the heart of CPL's mission is the enhancement of leadership teaching and research. By creating opportunities for reflection and discovery for students, scholars, and practitioners from different disciplines, sectors, cultures, and nations, CPL promotes a dynamic exchange of ideas. To be effective, a leader must combine the tools of strategic, financial, and policy analysis with self-understanding and an appreciation for the way their behavior influences others in the organization.
The Emory Center for Ethics exists to enrich moral imagination, to deepen the knowledge of ethics, to engage in scholarly research on ethics, and to encourage the practical application of ethical thinking in decision-making across the professions, in business, in politics, and in everyday life. The Center for Ethics is committed to being a national leader, recognized for excellence in ethics research, education and outreach.
The Ethics Institute exists to foster the study and teaching of ethics throughout the Dartmouth community, at the undergraduate, graduate and professional schools. Institute interests: applied and professional ethics ranging from medical, business, legal, and engineering ethics, to the ethics of teaching and research.
The Henry Latimer Center is a subsection of the Florida Bar. The center focuses on promoting professionalism in law schools, the judiciary, and The Bar membership. The center's mission is to promote the fundamental ideals and values of the justice system within the legal system, and to instill those ideals of character, competence, and commitment in all those persons serving therein.
The purpose of the IBPE is to encourage ethical deliberation in decision-makers by stirring the moral conscience, encouraging moral imagination, and developing models for moral decision-making. As part of that purpose, one of our objectives is to provide a forum for exploring and furthering ethical practices in business organizations in the Chicago area and at DePaul with programs for our students, faculty, and the business community.
Hofstr's Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics (ISLE) serves as a research center for the study of legal ethics issues. In addition to offering courses in professional responsibility, ISLE sponsors speakers, conferences, and symposiums and also provides opportunities for student and faculty research.
Center staff and scholars work with executives from major companies to analyze real world ethical issues in business and to develop innovative tools and programs to address them. The center works with faculty, staff, students, community leaders, and the public to address ethical issues more effectively in teaching, research, and action.
The NIFTEP is a consortium of the following five nationally recognized centers on ethics and professionalism: The Louis Stein Center for Law & Ethics at Fordham University; The Mercer University School of Law Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism; The Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism at the University of South Carolina; The Stanford Center on Ethics; The W. Lee Burge Endowment for Law & Ethics at Georgia State University.
The Stanford Center on the Legal Profession, founded in 2008, supports research, teaching, programs and public policy initiatives on crucial issues facing the bar. Building on the legacy of its predecessor, the Keck Center on Legal Ethics and the Legal Profession, the Center focuses on issues of professional responsibility and the structure of legal practice. Central concerns include how to enhance access to justice, sustain ethical values, improve bar regulatory structures, and effectively respond to the changing dynamics of legal workplaces.
The mission of Wharton's Center for Leadership and Change Management is to 1) stimulate basic research and practical application in the area of leadership and change, 2) foster an understanding of how to develop organizational leadership, and 3) support the leadership development agendas of the Wharton School and University of Pennsylvania.