Micah Business Leadership Project Past Programs
Micah Senior Executive Project

Faculty and Student Seminars on Lonergan Economic Thought

 

Topics in Circulation Analysis

Reading: "Economics for Everyone" by Philip McShane

Meeting Dates: June 25, 2008; September 25, 2008; November 6, 2008

 

Integrating Spirituality with the Challenges of Business Leadership

 

The William J. Toth Memorial Lecture Series

2008 Program

 

Wednesday, April 23, 2008: Evening Symposium for Business Leaders

6 p.m. Reception at McNulty Hall Atrium

7 p.m. Lecture and Discussion at Jubilee Hall Auditorium

Topic: Spirited Leadership: Creating Organizations that Inspire the Soul

Speaker: Fr. William Byron, S.J., Author and former President of Catholic University, and Guest CEO

Peer Panel Discussion

Thursday, June 19, 2008: Annual Summit for Business Leaders
9 a.m. – 3 p.m, at Seton Hall University
Topic: Vocation of the Business Leader, 2008
Speakers: Andre Delbecq, McCarthy University Professor at Santa Clara University; Christopher Lowney, Author of Heroic Leadership, and Others TBA
Peer Panel Discussion

Tuesday, October 28, 2008: Evening Symposium for Business Leaders
7:30 p.m. at Jubilee Hall Auditorium
Topic: Truth, Trust and Transparency in Business and the Economy: A Bernard Lonergan Perspective
Speakers: J. Michael Stebbins and Morag McConville
 

Executive Retreat Program

This program is delivered in three retreats over a one-year period.

I. Discovering the Examen – April 27 - 28, 2006

The first retreat will introduce the executives to the Examen developed by St. Ignatius Loyola. They will use the Examen, a rich reflective tool, to discover the nobility of God’s call in their work. Retreatants will be shown how they can use the Examen to reflect and discern God’s presence in their business activity over a six-month period.

II. Applying the Examen to Your Leadership Style – October 19 - 20, 2006
The second retreat, given six months after the first retreat, will focus on the use of the Examen to enhance and develop executive leadership. At the conclusion of the second retreat, retreatants will begin a personal six-month experience to reflect upon their call to leadership, assessing the quality of their leadership decisions as they are made.

III. Transforming Your Business through the Broadened Horizons of Catholic Social Teaching – April 26 - 27, 2007
The third and final retreat, given six months after the second retreat, will introduce the executives to the broadened horizon and principles of Catholic social teaching in their practice of the Examen. Executives will learn practical ways to implement these principles in their organizational structures and corporate governance. 

Contact Us

Micah Institute for Business and Economics
(973) 275-2525
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micah@shu.edu
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