What is the “Moral Gauge” for Leadership?

                                               Socrates and Plato, both taught that knowledge and virtue are one in this these ways: ·        If one knows what is right, then one will do what is right. ·        Virtue is a kind of knowledge in that they are deeply ingrained habits that guide one’s action. ·        The goal of the moral…

What would you do?

As a police commissioner once said when he turned down the twentieth bribe offer he had received that day, “Ethics ain’t easy!” All of us are faced by those moments when doing what’s right is very different from doing what’s easy or what would be the most profitable. That’s one of the reasons for a…

How do You Spell Success? E-T-H-I-C-S!

No matter what the business, what the company or what the industry, these five points apply across the board for all. Examine, after reading this, if your ethics training incorporates these concepts as the foundation of building a truly successful enterprise. Don’t think so, read on. E = Experience. Experience is not what happens to…