The Importance of Ethics in the Workplace

The workplace is one of the most important places to maintain a strong ethical foundation. With the vast number of people and organizations that come into contact with one another […]

Not all minds think alike

How much damage do we cause when we talk about other people? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ So why do we do it? Usually to make ourselves feel superior at the expense of others. […]

What do we owe each other?

By Carol Anderson I sense that we have come to believe that we deserve things without the responsibility that goes with being part of a community. We are so very […]

24 ethics tests

Hat tip: Muel Kaptein

What was Trader Joe’s thinking?

That was the headline that caught my attention. When I’m asked which companies exemplify a culture of ethics, Trader Joe’s is always at the top of my list. Everyone loves […]

Is ethical leadership an art?

Leaders who want to do the right thing can find help from an unlikely source: the imagination. When we think of someone who is “moral,” “ethical,” or “virtuous,” we tend […]

Are Business Ethics an Oxymoron?

I thought you would enjoy the article below. It is very important to build the right network with people you trust, which is often the hardest thing. Unfortunately a large […]

Leading for the Bell Curve and Not the Extremes

Though our press and politicians tend to portray us as a country divided, I’m confident that this is not the case. To reach this conclusion, I began looking at the […]

3 ancient insights to inspire contemporary leaders

United States law requires a unanimous verdict for a conviction to assure the greatest certainty of a fair outcome. But the sages who ruled according to ancient Judean law feared […]

10 ways to stand up for freedom

By any measure, we have achieved incredible progress and enjoy extraordinary freedoms. And yet people aren’t acting that way. They are acting, increasingly, like subjects in a totalitarian country. These […]