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Got Ethics? Are You Positive?

Leading in Context

In spite of all the bad news you see in the media about ethics, we don''t build ethical cultures by focusing on the negative. Let''s face it - thinking about fraud, embezzlement and conflict of interest won''t make us better leaders. But that''s what many of us are focusing on in our organizations.

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Making Ethics Easier: The HR Guide to Compliance Success

HR Digest

Ethics and compliance are critical elements of any organization’s success. HR plays a vital role in ensuring that employees understand and follow ethical standards and comply with relevant laws and regulations. HR’s Role in Ethics and Compliance HR plays a crucial role in ethics and compliance in several ways.

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We Must Hold Our Leaders To The Highest Levels Of Integrity.

Rich Gee Group

In recent years, however, it has become increasingly clear that many leaders have lost sight of the importance of integrity and have engaged in behavior that calls into question their character and ethical standards. Prioritize ethics and values. Leaders should be encouraged to prioritize their values and ethics in decision-making.

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Feelings Of Professionalism Can Result In Unethical Behavior

The Horizons Tracker

The researchers provide a two-stage model to help organizations and individuals safeguard against any possible conflicts of interest. When we have a high sense of professionalism, however, we can often be blinded to such conflicts of interest. The second part is to neutralize the influence after accepting any gifts.

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Conflict-of-Interest Rules Are Holding Back Medical Breakthroughs

Harvard Business Review

Legitimate concerns over conflict of interest that have resulted in overly extreme preventative policies are a central cause. It is time for all parties to revisit those policies and replace them with rules that recognize both true conflicts and true confluences of interest. Insight Center. Sponsored by Optum.

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How to Be Generous in Business

Nathan Magnuson

It can seem like a conflict of interest. At the end of the day, no one should feel guilty for profits that are earned legally and ethically. Whether you lead an organization or not, I’d like to share several of many ways organizations can act generously, whether they earn a profit or not. Make Money. Meet a Need.

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What You Can Do to Improve Ethics at Your Company

Harvard Business Review

It’s hard for good, ethical people to imagine how these meltdowns could possibly happen. many of us face an endless stream of ethical dilemmas at work. We were surprised that 30 leaders in the study recalled a total of 87 “major” ethical dilemmas from their career histories. Wells Fargo. Volkswagen.

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