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Ethics in Business & Community Awards Seminar

Our first informational seminar for next year’s Ethics in Business & Community Awards nominees was held this morning at City Hall. There was a great turnout from each category of the award. Our goal was to give nominees information about the award and insight into how much it means to past winners.

Led by RecognizeGood founder John Bosch, Jr. and Dr. Lynette Gillis of Concordia University, and emceed by Legends Program Director George Mihalcik, the presentation was well-received and spawned some great questions and comments from the nominees.

One nominee brought up the idea of the award serving as a type of ethical self-test. WE think we’re doing things as ethically as possible on all levels, but let’s put that to the test!  Loved this comment, and was reminded of Goodwill Austin’s Jerry Davis similar comment at last year’s award banquet – when Jerry spoke about not taking home the award the first couple of years Goodwill Austin accepted a nomination, it caused them to re-evaluate their internal practices and hold themselves to an even higher standard.  This is exactly what the EIBC award is all about!

For more information on the Ethics in Business & Community Award, visit:  https://www.recognizegood.org/programs/ethics-business-community/

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About RecognizeGood

RecognizeGood: THE Foundation (commonly known as simply RecognizeGood) is a local nonprofit that provides a means for individuals, businesses and other nonprofits to illuminate selfless volunteers, charitable acts and community service throughout the greater Austin area. There are several active RecognizeGood programs that work toward this mission from different angles, but the common theme is simple – the illumination of GOOD in our community.