Annually, we invite over 400 leaders – Trustees, our Governing Board, community leaders, staff, volunteers, and special guests – to celebrate The Alliance and Greater Omaha’s business ethics. This diverse group of noble leaders represents the executive level of a variety of Greater Omaha industry segments and company sizes.
Our breakfasts encourage CEOs, presidents, chairs, owners, and executive directors to discuss executive business ethics issues.
Our luncheons serve up food for thought with panel discussions, group exercises, and roundtable conversations. Typical attendees are middle managers, vice presidents, HR professionals, and those tasked with running their organization’s ethics program.
Our dialogues invite individuals to jump-start their day with an opportunity to participate in lively discussions about business ethics issues straight from the headlines. Current news events encourage spirited conversation in this unique and interactive forum. The entire business community is invited.
Ethics on Trial is a unique way to deliver ethics education. Hosted by the Freemasons in the historic and beautiful Scottish Rite Masonic Center, this mock courtroom drama conveys the dynamics of ethical decision making.
Ethics on Tap is a fun, casual forum where emerging leaders can come together, enjoy a drink and tackle today's pressing ethical issues. Each session is designed to bring about lively discussion and encourage connection and networking for emerging leaders in the Omaha area.
Moral Superheroes education influences youth choices and increases ethics education visibility across the city. The programming provides multiple learning opportunities for our city's youth, building a life-long grasp and working understanding of ethics.
The Alliance has been running programs in the community since 2006. Find archives of the most recent programming years here.
The Business Ethics Alliance’s vision is that Greater Omaha will be a beacon for business ethics excellence for cities around the world. In order to achieve this vision, it is our strong belief that all people should be treated with respect and dignity.
The Alliance does not discriminate in the delivery of our products and services or community programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, veteran status, or any other classification prohibited by law.
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