Use these questions as a basis to aid the process of self-reflection: What is your basic purpose in your profession? What are (or should be) your principal functions, roles, present and future? What is your uniqueness that you bring to your profession? What is different about your business from what it was 3-5 years ago? What is likely to be different about your business 3-5 years in the future? How will your role/function change and why? What ethical issues, and personal values are important to your future? What do you need to learn or do to meet the challenges of 1-7? Design a plan and timetable to focus on your answer to #8.
Moral hypocrisy is preaching one thing and doing another. Easy to preach values, ethics and virtue and another to live by them. "one needs to decide for what would one decide not to live by them and what could be your price to pay for that decision.
Corporate Conscience an oxymoron. It just that where is it in any type of corporate training? Why is not covered? And yet, the question, "Why did you do that?" or "I can't believe you just did that." should make one pause and ponder, how are decsions made and what can be the "guiding light" to help in that process?
As you read my intro,I tried set the tone of this being an informative, 'easy read" with practical applications. With challenging ethics questions through the book,it gives the reader a foundation for further insights into the process of thinking ethically.
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