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Examine what makes actions right or wrong. An instructor-led course that introduces moral theories and analysis of moral concepts. Attendees engage in identifying a Moral Meter – what actions do they consider right or wrong. Identify an industry view of what are right or wrong actions and review ethical issues arising within the industry. Conduct an external examination of the individual and the business.
Mike O’Neal is a legal and governmental affairs consultant d/b/a O’Neal Consulting, LLC, having started this business after his retirement as CEO of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce in 2016.
Mike O’Neal was selected as the President & CEO of the Kansas Chamber after serving 28 years in the Kansas House of Representatives and serving two terms as the Speaker of the House. Mike chaired the House Judiciary Committee a total of 16 years, chaired the House Education Committee and twice chaired the House Redistricting Committee. He was at the forefront of all economic development and legal reform legislation since the mid-‘80s, and was a key player in legislative responses to school finance litigation for the past decade.
Mike earned his B.A. from the University of Kansas and his J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law. He has served on the Board of Governors of the KU Law Society and practiced law in Hutchinson, Kansas from 1976-2012
Mike is a graduate of Leadership Kansas, having been named Leadership Kansas Alumnus of the Year in 2009. He also has served on the Executive Committee of the National Speakers Conference, the Executive Committee of the Council of State Governments, the Executive Committee of the Council of State Chambers, the Kansas Judicial Council, Uniform Law Commission, Kansas Commission on Judicial Performance, Kansas Sentencing Commission, Team Kansas Board and KTEC Board. He currently serves on the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG-Ks) Board, Kansas Business Hall of Fame Board and is a advisory board member to the Kansas Justice Institute. Honors include being named to Outstanding Young Men of America, Kansas/Missouri "Super Lawyers”, KBA "Making a Difference” award, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Law and Who’s Who Among Emerging American Leaders.
The only time when the courses are limited to IFM enrollees only - no one else, except Institute Graduates, can attend this meeting.
It is intensive training and networking time. Important note: you MUST plan to attend at least two Summits as certain courses are offered only in this setting! The location changes each year and typically it is scheduled for some time in the first quarter of the year, but it has been held in 3rd quarter upon occasion.
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