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Video Resources

Business Leaders

  • Diann Cattani Interview - The Psychology of Fraud
    Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2010
    Description: Diann Cattani, a member of the Forensic Investigative Accounting Group in Atlanta, Georgia, is interviewed by Judi Neal, Director of the Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace. Diann discusses how she personally got interested in the field of fraud and white collar crime, and shares her faith and spiritual journey as she got involved in understanding fraud.
  • Rick Boosey Interview - World Garden
    Date: Tuesday, December 08, 2009
    Description: Judi Neal interviews Rick Boosey, caretaker of World Garden, a faith-based organization that is feeding the hungry in very innovative ways.

Academic Leaders

  • Management for a Small Planet
    Date: Friday, October 09, 2009
    Description: Dr. Judi Neal interviews Jean and W. Edward Stead, authors of the book Management for a Small Planet.

Faith and Spiritual Leaders

Tyson Center Director – Judi Neal

  • “Spiritually Speaking” with Patricia Varley, September 2004
  • “Spirituality at Work” Wisdom Channel, June 1998
  • “In The Prime” November 1997

Tyson Center Speaker Series

  • Business 101:  What's Faith Got to Do With It?   
    Date:  April 7, 2011 
    Description: Peter Ressler is the CEO of Ressler Mitchell Group in New York - a premier Wall Street search firm serving the investment banking community.  This presentation discusses how a spiritual renewal in our society can heal the moral crisis left in the wake of the recent economic disaster.  This event was sponsored and run by the student RSO Future Professionals for Faith and Spirituality.

  • Doing Virtuous Business Panel Discussion
    Date:  November 16, 2010 
    Featuring Theodore Malloch, Yale University Spiritual Capital Initiative; John Tyson, chairman, Tyson Foods, Inc.; Chip Pollard, president, John Brown University; David Roth, president, WorkMatters; Brooklyn Brock, officer of Future Professionals for Faith and Spirituality.  Moderated by Judi Neal, director, Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace.  This is a panel discussion that followed the showing of a PBS special directed by Theodore Malloch titled Doing Virtuous Business.  All of the segments of that video can be found here.
  • Ethics and Harmony in the Workplace
    Date:  November 3, 2010
    Description:  Geshe Dorjee, a Tibetan monk and an instruction at the University of Arkansas, spoke to Future Professionals for  Faith and Spirituality about the importance of ethics and harmony in the workplace.  He described the role of compassion and inner peace in workplace relationships and taught a brief meditation.  This event was co-sponsored with The Nepalese Association of Northwest Arkansas and Tibetan food was served.
  •  The Psychology of Fraud with Diann Cattani
    Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2010
    Description: Diann Cattani, a member of the Forensic Investigative Accounting Group in Atlanta, Georgia, presents “The Psychology of Fraud: Why good people make bad choices” to University of Arkansas students on March 16, 2010. In this hour and a half program, she discusses the prevention, deterrence, and investigation of financial fraud. Using her professional experiences, she offers insight into why good people make bad choices. She also discusses the relationship between faith, spirituality, and ethics. Ms. Cattani shares first-hand knowledge into the psychology, rationalizations and methodology of the white-collar criminal. 
  • Walter Pavlo
    Date: Thursday, February 10, 2005
    Description: Diann Cattani and Walter Pavlo have written chapters in a book called Taking the Harder Right, by Oliver Halle. Walter Pavlo spoke about his white collar crime to the Walton College in 2005. After serving 24 months in a federal prison, Mr. Pavlo explains motivation associated with complex white collar crimes, with an emphasis in ethics.

International Faith & Spirit at Work Awards

  • Friday evening awards: Friday Night, The 2005 International Spirit at Work Awards
  • Lance Secretan: ISAW Awards 2005 Keynote
  • Sonia Stojanovic: 2005 International Spirit at Work Awards workshop and Keynote presentation: Sonia Stojanovic
  • Michael Stephen: Saturday Afternoon Keynote Presentation by Michael Stephen
  • Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace - Judi Neal
    Description: Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace is a newly emerging field of study and practice in the field of management and organizational change. It has been shown that organizations which are faith and spirituality friendly are more likely to have higher levels of job satisfaction, higher levels of customer service, greater innovation, and lower turnover and absenteeism. Dr. Neal will share research findings and also describe examples of organizational practices. This webinar will conclude with practical steps you can take if you want to implement a faith and spirituality in the workplace program, and with some suggested ways in which you can live your faith and spirituality in an integrated way in your work.
  • Diversity, Religion and EEOC Compliance - Missy Leflar
    Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2009
    Description: The following presentation is intended to provide a general overview of certain aspects of the law regarding religion, diversity, and equal employment opportunity compliance. Proper application of the law depends on the facts and circumstances of each specific case. This presentation is not intended as legal advice. If you need legal advice concerning your rights under applicable law, you may wish to consult with an attorney. The University of Arkansas does not warrant or guarantee that this presentation is accurate or current.
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