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Tapping Into Your Inner Goddess
We all now know what it feels like to have a lack of control over situations given the last year and a half. How did you manage and deal with this feeling? Did you resist or surrender? When a person has an illness or health issue it can feel like they have no control over situations and may feel helpless. They may understand that life is full of challenges and while they cannot avoid many of these problems, they can remain open, flexible, and willing to adapt to change. Join us in conversation with Dr. Mark Stephen Schwartz about resilience, change, and shift. Learn how after brain surgery, Mark has learned to cope and adapt. Join us in learning about his passion for Business Ethics and how he continues in his own way now to continue his work while helping others always on their journey.

Dr. Mark Schwartz is an Associate Professor of Management and Business Ethics at the School of Administrative Studies at York University in Toronto, Canada. Mark received his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University and his MBA and PhD degrees from the Schulich School of Business at York University.

Mark was the first PhD candidate in Canada to specialize in business ethics and corporate social responsibility. Mark has also taught at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and in Israel at Bar Ilan University, and Tel Aviv University.

Mark has published numerous academic journal articles and has written several books including Corporate Social Responsibility: An Ethical Approach and Business Ethics: An Ethical Decision-Making Approach. Mark has won several awards for both his teaching and research, and was ranked first in Canada and fifth in the world in terms of business ethics research productivity in a published study.

Mark has been quoted in several media outlets including The New York Times and the Financial Times of London, and has also consulted for a number of business firms and governments on business ethics-related matters.
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