Having a right and doing what’s right are not the same, right?

                     Having a right and doing what’s right are not the same, right?   I recently read this statement, and it got me thinking.  Just because one has  the right, doesn’t mean that that right is “right.” When can one’s  right be? Just because one has the right to do or say pretty much one…

What is a “right” decision?

When we are faced with those ambiguous choices where the “right” path is unclear or will produce some painful consequences, where do we turn? If our company has a code of conduct or mission statement, we can look at that and ask, “If I am living up to this credo, what will I do?” However,…

 Do leaders understand that people listen with their eyes?

    It is becoming increasingly important that leaders need be more proactive in their approach to the ethical considerations of their roles, power and influence on their people and respective organizations. Here are few questions to help, at least, start ethical reflections on leadership and to be used as a springboard for more in…