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As the 2012/13 Class of Cintas Graduate Ethics Fellows Graduate, 4 New Fellows for 2013/14 Inducted

Paige Kinsella Cripe, Eric Murphy, Lindsey Burns and Justine Weber named to the 2013/14 Cintas Graduate Ethics Fellows Program

04/25/13

Paige Kinsella Cripe, Eric Murphy, Lindsey Burns and Justine Weber will be inducted on May 2nd as the 2013/14 Cintas Graduate Ethics Fellows in the MBA Program of the Williams College of Business at Xavier University.

These 4 MBA students were selected for their commitment to ethics in the work place, the business community, and their own moral code.

The students will sign the Xavier MBA Oath of:

 

THE MBA OATH
As a business leader I recognize my role in society.

•  My purpose is to lead people and manage resources to create value that no single individual can create alone.

•  My decisions affect the well-being of individuals inside and outside my enterprise, today and tomorrow.

Therefore, I promise that:

•  I will manage my enterprise with loyalty and care, and will not advance my personal interests at the expense of my enterprise or society.

•  I will understand and uphold, in letter and spirit, the laws and contracts governing my conduct and that of my enterprise.

•  I will refrain from corruption, unfair competition, or business practices harmful to society.

•  I will protect the human rights and dignity of all people affected by my enterprise, and I will oppose discrimination and exploitation.

•  I will protect the right of future generations to advance their standard of living and enjoy a healthy planet.

•  I will report the performance and risks of my enterprise accurately and honestly.

•  I will invest in developing myself and others, helping the management profession continue to advance and create sustainable and inclusive prosperity.

In exercising my professional duties according to these principles, I recognize that my behavior must set an example of integrity, eliciting trust and esteem from those I serve. I will remain accountable to my peers and to society for my actions and for upholding these s
tandards.

This oath I make freely, and upon my honor.