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Conflict Resolution and Ethical Decision-Making: Strategies for a Harmonious Workplace

Causes and Solutions to Workplace Conflict When you put a lot of people together in one place, there will naturally be conflict. This is especially true at work because the workplace is often made up of a diverse group of people who all have different personalities, ideals, opinions, and backgrounds.... Read more →


Does the Trickle-down Company Culture Work?

Communicating Organizational Values and Goals From time to time, I read about a new theory that broadens the concept of company culture. The trickle- down culture is one such example. What is Company Culture? A company culture can be defined as a shared set of values, goals, attitudes and practices... Read more →


The Role of Ethical Leadership in Developing an Ethical Culture

Say What You Will Do, and Do What You Say I have blogged before about ethical leadership. One of my discussions looked at ethical leadership in business while the other addressed the importance of ethical leadership in making ethical decisions. It’s always a good idea to revisit the concept of... Read more →


Empathy + Compassion = Ethical Leadership: Here’s Why

Building an Ethical Workplace Culture Leaders should be empathetic and compassionate to set an ethical tone at the top. Absent these characteristic traits of behavior, it would be difficult for leaders to get employees to follow and commit to the goals of an organization. After all, who would voluntarily choose... Read more →


What is Ethical Leadership?

Leadership and Ethical Decision Making: A Brief Overview The best way to understand ethical leadership is to examine each of the components that define an ethical leader. Core Values Ethical Leadership is a demonstration of normatively appropriate conduct through personal actions and interpersonal relationships and the promotion of such conduct... Read more →


How to Respond When Your Superior Asks You to Do Something You’re Not Comfortable With Protecting Your Values in the Face of Workplace Opposition It’s important to know how to respond if your boss makes an unreasonable request that makes you feel uncomfortable. The key is to be prepared to... Read more →


The Purpose of a Code of Ethics

Creating a Pathway for Ethical Behavior in Organizations I've been out of touch for awhile because of unexpected surgery. I'm on the mend and glad to be blogging again about compelling ethics issues. A code of ethics creates an ethical framework upon which all decisions are founded. A code should... Read more →


What is Ethics Washing?

Google’s Failed Attempt to Create an Ethics Advisory Panel No, it is not about washing your clothes in a responsible way. Ethics Washing refers to the practice of ethical window dressing. It is where an organization gives lip service to ethics to make it seem as though it acts responsibly... Read more →


7 Ways to Develop Strong Work Ethics in Your Employees

Changing the Ethics Culture The following guest blog was written by Jessica Robinson. You can contact and read her personal blog at: https://assignmenthelp4me.com/thespeakingpolymath. Ethics are the soul of your organization. They describe what kind of behavior and conduct is permissible within your organization and what’s not. But ethics don’t come... Read more →


Workplace Ethics and AI Systems

Accountability and Trust Must Be Built Into the System Ethical issues in artificial intelligence (AI) exist because rules of the road are needed to guide what is appropriate behavior in processing data against a set of algorithms to make decisions about individuals, communities and a society. Algorithms cannot think for... Read more →