Business schools and required ethics training

Business Schools Increasingly Require Students to Study EthicsSome graduate schools have offered courses in business ethics for decades.By Menachem Wecker September 20, 2011 RSS Feed Print When Lee Igel’s students ask him why New York University doesn’t require them to take business ethics courses, the associate professor reminds them of the codes of values that…

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Moral Development and Leadership!

We all make decisions constantly. We decide what to wear, what to eat, whether to answer the phone, which route to take to work, and so on. We’re used to making decisions. But the really tough decisions are those where there’s right and wrong on both sides, or where our decisions may cause pain to…

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Leaders: steps to making ethical decisions

We all make decisions constantly. We decide what to wear, what to eat, whether to answer the phone, which route to take to work, and so on. We’re used to making decisions. But the really tough decisions are those where there’s right and wrong on both sides, or where our decisions may cause pain to…

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Values,virtues, ethics and leadership

In these challenging times for many businesses, leaders need to periodically take a step back and spend time in reflection as to what their real influence is in their respective workplaces. Take time at the beginning and at the end of each day to ponder on how well you’ve done in staying true to values,…

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Leaders, listen up!

People want two things out of life:
1. a sense of belonging
2. to receive recognition

When leaders promote these, you get cooperation, when leaders don’t, you get conflict.

This concept is true in a family, a classroom,or a business. Simple, isn’t it?

Moral Leadership and Coaches

Now it’s college coaches that are under legal fire for their seemingly lack of moral leadership behavior. What lesson does this send athletes and for what ultimate purpose….. getting the best atheletes signed and winning????

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