Monday, November 24, 2008

University of Minnesota Rochester presentation on Ethical Leadership

Chamber members are invited to attend a presentation on Ethical Leadership with David Logan - felon and former CEO.

In 2002, former City Administrator, CEO, and Minnesota native David Logan was convicted of conspiracy, misapplication of bank funds, bribery, and mail fraud. He was sentenced to 71 months imprisonment, $250,000 extraordinary restitution, $250,000 fine and forfeiture of $250,000. After almost five years in the United States
Bureau of Prison system, Mr. Logan speaks publicly about his path from professional to white collar criminal.

Joining Mr. Logan for this event is the prosecuting attorney in Mr. Logan’s case, Mr. Henry Shea, and University of Minnesota Duluth Professor of Marketing, Dr. Stephen Castleberry. Mr. Logan travels across the United States speaking to students, organization and community leaders, and the public about this unforgettable story of how missteps caused by greed and arrogance can turn into criminal acts, and how redemption and healing can result from rediscovering values.

Please join us for this free event on Friday, Dec. 12, 2008 from 3 - 5 p.m. at the University of Minnesota Rochester - Room 417 (4th floor of University Square).

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