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Mastering ethical business leadership

Mastering ethical business leadership

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Rock in the pond ethics

Rock in the pond ethics

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Gray areas: When ethics problems are not exactly black or white

Gray areas: When ethics problems are not exactly black or white

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How can you identify leaders with a sense of a moral compass?

When we read a newspaper, watch the TV, there isn’t a day that goes by that there isn’t a report of some leader, in some organization, who is charged with fraud, cheating, lying, etc. Why is that? For me, it’s rather simple. If leaders don’t have a developed moral compass,…

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How “Genuine” Is Your Leadership?

With the concept of leadership under public scrutiny from politicians to CEOs and beyond, the issue of genuine leadership, i.e. what it is, and how is it developed, still eludes many. Leaders are under pressure to reexamine the “who, what, where and why” of a moral basis in order to…

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Conscience, Choices and Your Leadership!

Where does conscience fit into one’s decision-making and what are one’s obligations to conscience in discerning what’s right or wrong? «Conscience,( according to Thomas Aquinas) is the act of determining that which I ought to do or not do, or that I was right or wrong in performing that action.»…

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Compliance or Ethics: Which gets most of your training dollars?

One of the topics that has drawn much response from one of my postings on social media was the confusion about the term; compliance/ethics officer. Compliance is not ethics and ethics is not compliance. They are related but not the same. For example, if you look at practically any compliance/ethics…

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The “authentic” values-based leader needs to be able to…..

1. Discern and clarify for yourself on what foundation do you base your ethical decisions. • What’s negotiable/not negotiable; what’s acceptable/not acceptable and why? 2. Realize that people make decisions on the values they hold dear. • Everybody speaks their “truth”. It may not THE truth, but it’s their truth,…

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