Are Your Employees Betraying You?

Are Your Employees Betraying You?

The title of today’s Monday Moment might well need sound effects. Perhaps we need a dastardly laugh like “Mwah haha” and a cartoon of an evil wrong doer, to convey the mood of this discussion and the potential answer. As this month’s podcasts focus on leaders being loyal to their ethics, we must also consider… read more

6 Simple Steps for Teaching Ethics

6 Simple Steps for Teaching Ethics

There is an argument that could be, and has been, made that if a leader needs to teach ethics to future leaders, the organization has employed the wrong people. However, in your role of leader one of your key responsibilities is to develop future leaders and, in this day, and age, ensuring their ethical standards… read more

How Do Leaders Experience Ethics?

How Do Leaders Experience Ethics?

The subject of ethics is tricky, but critical, to every leader and each workplace. Some would say ethics are “good” behaviors, yet we’ve all seen good experienced in multiple interpretations. It is the confusion around what they are and how to enact them that makes ethics tricky and yet this is also why they landed… read more

The 7 Answers Leaders Need Before Being Promoted

The 7 Answers Leaders Need Before Being Promoted

There’s promoted and there’s prepared and there’s a real chance both don’t exist in the same new manager. So, before you say yes to a promotion or let an up-and-coming leader accept your promotion opportunity, make sure they have the answers to these questions. The questions seem easy, but they reveal the underpinnings of what… read more

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