I presented a lecture I created just for this two-class occassion entitled International Business: Leave Your Ethics At Home. I had great fun sharing my knowledge about International Business and how Ethics and Codes of Conduct fit in the picture. The students were mostly junior Business Majors. Considering it was the first day back after Labor Day weekend I was surprised that all of my students were awake and raring to go for the class.
It is my hope that more teachers will hear about today’s lectures and garner an interest to have me come and speak at their classes. My resume on life and past experiences are well documented in my WordPress blog as well as on LinkedIn. Today’s subject was just a small part of my knowledge base in International Business.
If you teach at Shepherd or any other schools in the area and would like to talk to me about being a guest lecturer for your classes, or even better, would like to talk to me about teaching a class next semester, let me know and we can meet for lunch at the Carriage House Cafe in Shepherdstown and talk face to face.
Thanks for reading.
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