Is there anything good about 2010 being a record year for EEOC complaints filed and what does this say about our progress being made in personal ethics? The EEOC received almost 100,000 workplace discrimination complaints in 2010 representing a 7.1% increase over 2009. For you statistics buffs, this is over twice our inflation rate in […]
What is a good doctrine to deploy that would put us on a new path to better personal ethics? As Christmas and a New Year draws near, I can think of a few possibilities. 1) I am one of seven billion people on this planet. I am no important than a grain of sand on […]
Personal ethics at its core definition is the process of learning what is right and wrong, then doing what is right. It is anything but black and white and requires knowledge coming from teachers, parents, educators, pastors, community leaders and a host of quality sources. I maintain that personal ethics comprising of morals, principles, and values […]
A friend of mine said recently that an Enron type scandal might be a catalyst for new training opportunities in personal ethics. Does the recent collapse of MF Global qualify for some further analysis and consideration in the training area? Jon Corzine has an impressive background. He was the former co-CEO of Goldman Sachs, United States […]
How do we acquire our personal ethics and is this something that can be taught? Where do we receive our core morals, values, and principles from that would allow us to establish a foundation for practicing good personal ethics? These are thought provoking and deep questions that are not answered easily. In my own business […]
Last week I was in California telling my story of wrongdoing, lack of personal ethics, and the consequences of my decisions as a former information technology executive. I was invited by one of the leading ethics organizations, The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, to speak at their quarterly gathering of corporate […]
How did collegiate athletics get to this point where the lack of personal ethics and bad judgment continues? The money and the salaries paid to coaches continues to grow and so do the problems associated with both. It is fair to ask whether any number of coaches were dishonest people, lacked personal ethics, or were consumed […]
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