Nan DeMars is an internationally-recognized thought leader and practitioner in the area of workplace ethics. She is a frequent TV and radio guest, appearing on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNBC, NPR, and NBC Dateline, and is regularly quoted in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Business Week. Nan’s workshops and keynote addresses have trained thousands of employees of the world’s largest corporations in all types of industries. Sometimes referred to as “Nan Landers” for her advice columns in international periodicals, she is also the author of the first-ever ‘bible’ on workplace ethics, You Want Me to Do WHAT? When, Where and How to Draw the Line at Work (Simon & Schuster) and You’ve GOT to Be Kidding! How to Keep Your Job Without Losing Your Integrity (John Wiley & Sons).