Half-day session to focus on ‘The Catholic Social Tradition: Implications for Managing at UST’ St. Thomas Newsroom November 13, 2006 Half-day session to focus on ‘The Catholic Social Tradition: Implications for Managing at UST’ There is still time to register for this session being offered through the Leadership Academy by Dr. Robert G. Kennedy, co-director of the Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law, and Public Policy through The Leadership Academy."The Catholic Social Tradition: Implications for Managing at UST" will take place from 8:30 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Nov. 15, in Room 100, McNeely Hall, St. Paul campus. A description of the session reads, "We hear a great deal about the Catholic Church’s commitment to social justice and about the richness of its tradition of reflection on social matters. We hear much less about how the Catholic social tradition ought to shape the way in which we manage organizations and employees. This session will introduce participants to the basic principles of the social tradition and explore how these principles can and should shape the way we manage on a practical level." You may register by going to Training Online, calling (651) 962-6900, or e-mailing Leadership Academy.