University of Pittsburgh

Ethical Decision-Making: Traps, Tips, and Takeaways

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 · 7:00 pm

Audrey J. Murrell, Ph.D.

Audrey J. Murrell is an Associate Professor of Business Administration, Psychology, Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh Katz/CBA School of Business and Director of the David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership. The Berg Center’s mission is to “add value to organizations through ethical leadership”. To accomplish this, we focus on creating and utilizing knowledge through cutting-edge research, experience-based teaching and active community engagement. Professor Murrell conducts research on mentoring, careers in organizations, workforce/supplier diversity, and socialissues in management. Dr. Murrell is the author (along with Crosby and Ely) of the book entitled, Mentoring Dilemmas: Developmental Relationships within Multicultural Organizations published by McGraw-Hill, and the recently published book (along with Forte-Trummel and Bing) entitled, “Intelligent Mentoring: How IBM Adds Value through People, Knowledge and Relationships” published by Pearson Education Group.

Ethical Decision-Making: Traps, Tips, and Takeaways

Issues of competition within today’s dynamic organizations can have a dramatic impact on ethical perceptions and decision making. In this talk, Dr. Audrey Murrell will discuss the impact of “hyper-competition” on ethical awareness, decision making and workplace climate. Examples from the workplace as well as parallels within the context of sports will be discussed within this highly interactive and engaging session.


  • 5:00pm Check-in
  • 5:20pm Welcome / Intro
  • 5:30pm--6:30pm Program
  • 7:00pm--8:30pm Pitt Law Networking Reception in the Pirates Cove
  • 7:05pm Pirates vs. Reds


Print and mail the attached registration form to reserve your space.

CLE Information

This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for zero (0) hours of substantive law, practice and procedure CLE credits and one (1) hour of ethics, professionalism or substance abuse CLE credit.


If you are in need of any special accomodations or have questions, please contact Kristen Lauteri at 412-325-4497 or Juan Londoño at 412-325-4936

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