Moral Courage is the courage to do the right thing. People, leaders in particular, need to have “check points” to help them discern what is the most courageous choice. They include the abilities to: 1. Assess the situation. 2.Scan for values. 3.Stand up for Conscience. 4.Contemplate the dangers. 5. Endure the hardship. 6.Avoid pitfalls. 7.…Details
Makes you wonder, in a few years, when you hire these students as employees, what price you’ll pay!
Before the summer gets away from and we all scramble to plan our Fall meetings, take a few minutes to think about your training priorities for the Fall and beyond.Keep in mind that:a. we’re still dealing with unethical behavior in any number of institutions.b. Values based leadership programming may be just the ticket to re-vtalize the…Details
Why is it that so many educated, degreed, executives make such blatant unethical decisions, i.e. Penn State,any number of Wall street C-Level suite,Government Officals.etc.? It seems to me that degrees don’t necessarily mean dittle, when it comes to greed,”playing the system,” or believing that getting caught is remote.Makes one wonder about the impact of having…Details
1. It is a “one shot” effort or at best sporadic. For this leaves the impression that this type of training is not that important. 2. You rely too heavily on online training as your main training instrument rather than as a supplemental resource. 3. You don’t separate compliance from ethics. If you don’t you…Details
1. Utilitarian theory of punishment = concerns itself with the consequences of punishment and judges whether the consequences are good or bad according to the principle of utility. 2. Retributive Theory of Punishment = Punishment is justified because it is what the criminal deserves. – It advocates punishment because of what was done but not…Details
I am tired of people blaming the recession for their lack of business, stagnation or loss of motivation. The reality is that companies have cash reserves, 90% of the workforce is still employed and the market is recovering. So what and where is your success? It lies within you. Let me share with you a…Details
It’a all about morality. How do you deal with moral issues at work?
– Why aren’t we rewarding whistleblowers instead of punishing them?
-Why aren’t organizations spending as much money on ethics training as they do on compliance training?
– Why isn’t ethics,i.e. ethics training viewed as being a viable, proactive,and interal part of the ongoing training initiatives?