Ethics Workshops

Build the intellectual, emotional and moral qualities necessary to become a successful business leader. 


The one-day workshop features real-life case studies and role playing under the guidance of current/former corporate executives, and explores the following questions:

  • What are the traits of a leader?
  • What is the difference between leadership and authority?
  • How can ethical breaches that slide into illegal activity be spotted?
  • How can a culture of principled leadership be fostered? 


Banking Ethics: Tuesday, April 9, 2024 from 6:00 – 8:00pm

  • This workshop is designed specifically for students enrolled in the Finance & Banking Certificate Program.

Business Ethics: Saturday, April 13, 2024 from 10:00am - 1:00pm

  • This workshop is designed specifically for students enrolled in the 1) Business Fundamentals Certificate and 2) Entrepreneurship Certificate. 

History of Instructors

  • John Broderick '91: CFA, partner, Permit Capital
  • Larry Doyle '83: managing partner, DM Income Advisors LLC
  • Kendy Hess: associate professor of philosophy, Holy Cross
  • Jack Maher '85 P18: managing director, head of alternatives, Hartford Investment
  • Rob Murner: director and EIR, Ciocca Center & adjunct professor, Holy Cross
  • Tom Patton '86: healthcare executive, Board Member, Private Equity Advisor
  • Jim Puhala '91: head of field and regulatory compliance, MassMutual


An ethics-focused workshop is required for all Business Certificate Programs.

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