Moral credibility: The elusive leadership trait.

  How does one develop moral credibility? How is it manifested on the job? It’s like how does one display sincerity? What are the signs of being sincere? Moral credibility needs to reflect the qualities of character, trust, empowerment, positive self esteem and of course, ethics Moral credibility is the sum total of one’s consistent…

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Trust is everything for without it you have nothing!

Is it just me, or is trust “taking a hit” lately? How about politics? Do you feel totally confident about the accuracy of information circulated by political candidates? What about consumer products? Do you ever question the safety or effectiveness of a product, even if backed by a big name brand? How about your healthcare…

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Leaders with a sense of a moral compass………

If leaders don’t have a developed moral compass, nothing else really counts. Everything about a business needs to be based on values, which provide a “direction” as to not only how one does business, but why! Leaders need to embrace as the basis of their moral compass…. 1. That everything happens for a reason and…

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Whatever happened to Honor?

  Is the concept of being honorable a thing of the past? Recent situations like the current scandals of fraternities, continual corporate financial wrongdoing, consistent sectarian dissention in politics, etc., leaves people asking who do we trust if anyone? There was a time when a person’s word was their bond! I remember my father getting…

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