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Woodstock Business Conference
The Woodstock Business Conference (WBC) is an international network of sixteen local chapters, whose members gather monthly to engage in a process of reflection on current topics of ethical concern. The Conference encourages these business and professional leaders to integrate faith, family, and business by incorporating their religious values into the policies and practices of their corporations. Ultimately, WBC aims to develop a corporate culture that is reflective of the religious faith and values of its members.
There are thirteen national WBC Chapters and three international WBC chapters, most of which are hosted by either higher education institutions or Catholic parish centers.
The WBC distributes resources for local chapters, including monthly agendas and online books on process and moral decision making. Regular conference calls of the WBC chapter coordinators make Woodstock’s intellectual resources available to them, and coordinate their sharing of best practices for managing the WBC chapters. The annual WBC retreat brings together business people, their spouses, and other interested persons from WBC chapters around the country.
A long-term goal of the Woodstock Business Conference is to provide an ongoing venue for sharing the fruits of the Arrupe Program’s research, theological symposia, and Business Leaders Seminars with business people around the country.