Online Ethics Workshop


My online ethics class is coming together. I'm currently deciding which case examples and quizzes to include. It will be fun. Watch this space

Costanza Ethics


In preparing for an ethics workshop I have reviewed a perspective voiced by George Costanza, would-be architect and philosopher

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CEU Workshops


I offer several continuing education unit-certified workshops through a training broker. We are reviewing which ones to emphasize in a special marketing effort to various professional organizations.

A Workshop on Supervision


I'm teaching a workshop on supervision today. My conclusion is there isn't and that if a person fosters trust, provides direction, removes barriers, and continues to develop as an ethical and competent individual, then the basics will have been met.

Ethics Class


In addition to online classes on supervision and team work, I''m working on an ethics workshop. I''ve taught ethics for years but my quest is to elude the detailed, go-up-on-a-mountain-top sort of analysis which many instructors use.

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Survey: Which "How to" Workshops are Wanted?


I need your opinion.

Ethics Class


I 'm teaching a workshop on ethical decision making in Phoenix on April 4. An odd aspect of ethics training, however, is it can be exhausting. The subject of ethics is about as basic as it gets.

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How to Get Lazy People to Work

Kevin Eikenberry

However, your values and ethics also impact your perspective. Not having ‘your’ work ethic doesn’t in and of itself make the other person ‘lazy.’

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Thank You Bethel Library!

Rich Gee Group

Thank you again for attending our workshop Tuesday night! home about rich our team news our fans services executive coach business coach speaking inspire media knowledge books affiliates contact Rich Gee Group 203.500.2421 Thank You Bethel Library!

Ira Chaleff's Book on When to Disobey Orders


Ira Chaleff has written a thought-provoking book on ethics. Intelligent Disobedience: Doing Right When What You're Told to Do Is Wrong explores a variation of the Right versus Right challenge that arises in most ethical questions. I'll be writing more on Chaleff's book and how it has influenced my own ethical decision-making workshops

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Looking forward to teaching ethical decision making workshop tomorrow. Business trip. Out of the desert and into the mountains. Books and files for company. Have to restock NyQuil for tonight. By 8 a.m. the espresso will kick in

The Blue Button


I'm in the process of completing an online workshop on ethical decision making and hope to have that available before the end of the month I f you are interested in the online classes I offer, simply click on the blue button in the blogroll to the right.



Ethics class revision. New workshop outline. Follow-up on ethics proposal. Client proposal. Reading. Seminar marketing. Sinus medicine. A slew of e-mails. Follow-up on investigations training proposal. Prep for upcoming meeting. Reading. Some important phone calls.

Is Your Company as Ethical as It Seems?

Harvard Business Review

The onus for ethical behavior falls first to the employee. Most companies talk a good ethics game and even make their goals public. Ethical behavior has to be led by example, and promoting people who ignore ethics when expedient for them tells everyone that the company wants results and it does not really care how they are obtained. A company could have a terrific ethics policy, but actions speak louder than words on paper. Picture this.

Ambushed by Clarity


A brief conversation with a doctor about ethics. While walking from his office to my car, I thought of a way to simplify a concept that I've taught in leadership and ethics workshops for years. Great guy. Highly competent.

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Fencing Class


This morning, I''m teaching a workshop on ethical decision making. Near the end of the workshop is a challenging case study and its Right versus Right scenario permits some fencing over which "Right" shall prevail.

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Ethics Allegations Will Hurt White House Staffers Even If They Turn Out to Be False

Harvard Business Review

In recent weeks, we have seen almost daily reports surface of potential ethical conflicts in the White House, whether it’s possible conflicts of interest between the Trump family’s business ties and government priorities or allegations of collusion between campaign allies and Russian intelligence. Unfortunately, the researchers who study this topic have a rather large “sample size”: Ethical stress is an alarmingly common scourge in organizations.

Scribbling, Talking, and Thinking


The first one out of the box will be Ethical Decision Making and shortly afterwards will come Leadership. I recently added some concepts to the ethics workshop after considering how best to address matters where seconds - and not hours or days - are allotted for an answer.

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Ray Rice: Defective NFL Product?

The Idolbuster

I’m on my home from the latest workshop by my coach Steve Harrison. Had a chance to meet Jack Canfield, author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books. Wow, what an amazing experience.

In The Zone


The workshop will blend population projections, diversity management, and EEO issues in a highly eclectic manner - part of last night was spent thinking about leadership issues during the Korean War - and I''ve been reviewing materials at hand and noting those which must be obtained.

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And Then


I''ve been preparing some online workshops on leadership, supervision, and ethical decision-making and have had the chance to go back over the work of prominent scholars in those areas.

Online Training


I''ll still teach live workshops but am preparing online versions of my classes on leadership, harassment prevention, ethical decision making, and supervision. Many years back, I developed and taught a supervisor''s workshop for Dun & Bradstreet.

Procrastinating on Training


Certain workshop topics draw voluntary attendance. Jack or Maria may be willing to put in a request to attend a class on supervision or communication or presentation skills but they are less inclined to go to the boss and say, "I think I need a class on ethics."

2 Big Opportunities for Incredible Change!

Marshall Goldsmith

Ben is president of the World Business and Executive Coach Summit and founder of Ethical Coach and he asked me to talk about my pay it forward project 100 Coaches. The first is the Ethical Coach program.

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Book Review: Giving Voice to Values


As her book notes, it is one thing to be ethical but how can we talk about ethics without turning off our audience? How can we surface ethical concerns in a manner that is likely to encourage ethical behavior? The idea is to identify the "enablers" and "disablers" that affect a willingness to voice ethical concerns. Gentile's book will be a great source for stimulating discussions of ethics at staff meetings. [I

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Magpie Mind


Getting close to going public with the online workshop for managers and supervisors. The leadership and ethics classes are also in the pipeline. Fighting sinus problem and a possible ear infection. Great fun. Started the morning with Earl Grey tea, then shifted to Starbucks espresso, and will shortly move to ginger tea (should have had that first) and then black coffee. There is a method to the madness. Or perhaps I have that reversed.

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A New Model For Cooperation, Values, and Employee Motivation

The Idolbuster

Today we’ll take a break from Busting Your Corporate Idol for this timely guest post from Omer Soker, Founder of The Ethics Of Success. . In August 2012 he established The Ethics of Success Corporation to help companies and individuals create and sustain positive change.

Ray Rice: Defective NFL Product?

The Idolbuster

I’m on my home from the latest workshop by my coach Steve Harrison. Now wife, Janay Palmer and Raven’s suspended footlball player, Ray Rice. Had a chance to meet Jack Canfield, author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books. Wow, what an amazing experience.

040: 5 Keys to Leading Innovation | with Todd Henry

Engaging Leader

At many companies today, innovation is the rallying cry, but bunting for singles is the everyday ethic. Speaking, workshops, and ideas: Accidental Creative. At many companies today, innovation is the rallying cry, but bunting for singles is the everyday ethic.

For coaches: why having coaching supervision is important


Having attended a couple of conference workshops to learn about supervision, I became curious. It’s been re-invigorating to see how my thinking has stretched and my ethical awareness expanded.

Know Your History, Purpose and Direction


Credibility is core to making this happen, as ongoing work and recommendations are all critical to our ongoing success. What products and programs do you use within your workshops and meetings? Personally and professionally I am influenced heavily by my ethics and standards.

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Training Input


You probably know that, along with coaching and consulting, I teach workshops. Leadership Skills, Equal Employment Opportunity, Harassment Prevention, Ethical Decision Making, Customer Service, Communicating with Diverse Groups, Affirmative Action Planning, Effective Supervisory Practices, Dealing with Difficult People, How to Discipline an Employee, Time Management, Being a Supportive Team Player, and Working with Your Boss.

Courtesy and "Hamilton"


Since I teach workshops on ethics and tact, I found the incident to be especially interesting. The story about Vice President-Elect Mike Pence's experience before, during, and after attending the hit play "Hamilton" has gotten a lot of attention.

How to Be Generous in Business

Nathan Magnuson

At the end of the day, no one should feel guilty for profits that are earned legally and ethically. Banks know about money, so it’s a big contribution when they conduct financial planning workshops. I’ve written before about generosity.

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The International Coaching Federation Welcomes Rich Gee.

Rich Gee Group

I run workshops all across the country in many venues — they were the perfect hosts (they covered ALL the bases), the location was smashing (I love the Doubletree Hotel – it was just renovated), the room was perfect, the food scrumptious, and any request was met with a smile.

Why Should Anyone Be Led By You?

N2Growth Blog

I was at a leadership workshop over the weekend and witnessed a leader self-assess himself as his own greatest risk. By Mike Myatt , Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth. Why should anyone be led by you? This is the seminal question for all leaders. Business Travel Memories

Execupundit Commentary by Michael Wade on Leadership, Ethics, Management, and Life Saturday, February 12, 2011 Business Travel Memories Driving out of the Oakland airport through early morning fog and listening to the eerie beginning of "Nixon in China."

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Why I Love Starbucks.

Rich Gee Group

I have a professional office in Stamford where I meet clients, hold workshops, and coach. home about rich our team news our fans services executive coach business coach speaking inspire media knowledge books affiliates contact Rich Gee Group 203.500.2421 Why I Love Starbucks.

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Six Ways to See the World through New Lenses—and Lead More Effectively

Leading Blog

Importantly, “That perspective enables us to rein in our smartness and harness it to serve a larger purpose in an ethical and appropriate manner.” In their book From Smart to Wise , Prasad Kaipa and Navi Radjou state that wise leadership succeeds where smart leadership cannot.

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Is give-and-take an old-fashioned notion?

Lead Change Blog

Six people volunteered to develop a workbook for a nonprofit workshop. Professor Walter Fluker writes in his book Ethical Leadership , “In a world of winners and losers, there is little room for principles of equity, reciprocity, and impartiality.”.

The Best Kept Business Secret To Success.

Rich Gee Group

I find that some of my clients, some of my workshop attendees, and for some people I meet, they ‘rebel’ against this notion.

Two Books to Better Organizational Results

Kevin Eikenberry

Cohen , Nick McCormick , professional development , questions { 1 comment… read it below or add one } Poul Andreassen February 7, 2011 at 8:53 am Good one on Childish behavior, even one talks about work place, ethics etc but very few talk about the Impact of childish behavior.

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The November, 2012 Leadership Development Carnival

Great Leadership By Dan

Guy Farmer , from Self-Awareness Workshops presents Business Ethics and Rationalization. Leaders choose what kind of organizations they design and whether ethical behavior is part of the equation. Welcome to the November, 2012 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival!