Management & Ethics Schedule

Management & Ethics Conference

Friday, March 5, 2021 | 8:00am - 4:00pm

The Management & Ethics Conference is designed for administrators in government, law enforcement, nonprofits, and schools. The schedule includes five tracks featuring experts in the fields of administration, leadership, management, education, and ethics.

Space is limited so reserve your seat today! Details regarding rates can be found on our registration page. Lunch is available by reservation for only $10.

Come join the greater Oklahoma City community as we explore together ways to improve our organizations for the 21st century!

If you have any questions please contact Dr. Paulette Jones, Conference Director, at pjones@ru.edu or call 405-912-9020.

Schedule of Events

Below is the schedule of events for this year's conference. Any changes to the schedule will be posted here. Please be sure to check out specific session descriptions and visit our speaker profile page.

Sessions have been approved by CLEET and the State of Oklahoma—OMES for 6 hours supervisory training.

8:00am
Registration in Bill J. Barber Center Lobby
8:30am
General Assembly - Barber Auditorium

Mabee Auditorium

Barber Auditorium

Classroom 225

Classroom 231

Classroom 234

9:00am
21st Century Policing Panel - Pt. 1
9:00am
Team Building that Works - Including Telework Employees
9:00am
Practical
Coaching &
Mentoring for
Growth
9:00am
Teaching
Elementary
Students Online
9:00am
Teaching
Secondary
Students Online
10:00am
21st Century Policing Panel - Pt. 2
10:00am
Professional
Communication and Influence
in a Virtual
Environment
10:00am
Ethical and
Legal Concepts
in the Public
Sector
10:00am
Teaching
Science:
Experiments & Data Collection
10:00am
God-Given
Rights & the Rule of Law
11:00am
Keynote Speaker: William Federer - What Makes America Exceptional
12:00 - 1:00pm
Lunch in Cafe by reservations, or on your own.
1:00pm
Progressive
Discipline
Issues in Law
Enforcement
1:00pm
Principles of
Project
Management
1:00pm
Crisis
Management
How Effective
Supervisors
Manage
Themselves &
Others
1:00pm
Achieving
Organization
Goals through
Strategy &
Teamwork
1:00pm
Original Intent
of the Founders
2:00pm
Speaking to
the Public &
Media
Relations
2:00pm
Cultural
Sensitivity &
Diversity
2:00pm
Dealing with a Multi-generational workforce
2:00pm
Managing
Stress in
Yourself and
Others
2:00pm
Citizenship:
Informing
Yourself &
Making a
Difference in
Government
3:00pm
Interview
Techniques for Hiring
Personnel
3:00pm
Confronting
Problems and
Resolving
Conflict
3:00pm
Fostering an
Engaged
Workplace
Culture: Don’t
Just Manage
LEAD!
3:00pm
Self-Care &
Wellness for
Body, Mind &
Spirit
3:00pm
Creationism:
Scientific
Evaluation of
Earth History
4:00pm
Door Prizes

The Management & Ethics Conference is presented by Randall University's Master of Public Administration Department.