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The Changing Face of Corporate Ethics

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You’re familiar with the old adage about stupidity: doing the same things over  and over and expecting different results. Well, we have plenty of that going on in businesses today.

And when it comes to ethics and the influence it has on management and leadership, stupidity is in abundance. Fortunately, there are bright spots across the corporate landscape. I recently had the opportunity to explore the interplay of ethics and leadership with the good people at Convercent.com.

When it comes to ethical concerns in the workplace, we explored some cool topics:

Role of trust and ethical breakdownsSocial media’s emerging role in how employees respond, share ethical breakdownsHow corporate social responsibility could right the wrongs for companies authentically working to make communities even society better

Read the conversation here for the juicy discussion. (Okay, it’s not that juicy. It was a fun conversation, however.)

Be good to each other.


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C4P: “Incentives in Health Promotion: The Ethics and Politics of ...

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Regarding the former, we must question whether there are areas or aspects that should remain off-limits to incentivizing interventions; a concern related to the oft-debated public/private distinction in ethics and politics.
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Physical Activity During Youth May Help Reduce Fracture Risk in Old Age - Science Daily (press release)

Sun News Network Physical Activity During Youth May Help Reduce Fracture Risk in Old Age Science Daily (press release) "According to our study, exercise interventions in childhood may be associated with lower fracture risks as people age, due to...
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Proposed plan to lay off physical education teachers draws ire in Washington ... - The Bridgeton News - NJ.com

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Physical Education GCSE - The Student Room

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Physical Education GCSE” discussion on The Student Room's GCSEs forum.
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The power of positive thinking

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Is positive thinking and meditation as important as medical treatment for illnesses?
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Ethics, Morals, and Values Central in Leadership

Ethics, Morals, and Values Central in Leadership | Sports Ethics: Matthews, H. | Scoop.it
Leadership experts in the K-12 field Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers write about challenges and possibilities for administrators in the 21st century.

 

Education is an inherently moral matter. It is moral because people develop (or fail to develop) morally as well as physically, emotionally, and intellectually. It is moral because teaching--helping to shape other people's minds, sensibilities, and capabilities -raises deep questions of purpose, values, and responsibility.

 

It is moral because it involves the relationship between one generation and another, a relationship that helps determine the direction and quality of human life" (p. 152). Therein lies our uppermost responsibility. We must stay in touch with our conscience and allow it to inform our decisions.

 


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Education is an inherently moral matter. It is moral because people develop (or fail to develop) morally as well as physically, emotionally, and intellectually. It is moral because teaching--helping to shape other people's minds, sensibilities, and capabilities -raises deep questions of purpose, values, and responsibility.


It is moral because it involves the relationship between one generation and another, a relationship that helps determine the direction and quality of human life" (p. 152). Therein lies our uppermost responsibility. We must stay in touch with our conscience and allow it to inform our decisions.


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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?tag=Ethics


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Basing a school around physical education could help students - South Bend Tribune

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Whitacre sees one aspect being extra physical education class opportunities. Have a swimming class that allows for lifeguard certification.

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UN joins football leaders to rid sport of racism - NBCNews.com

UN joins football leaders to rid sport of racism - NBCNews.com | Sports Ethics: Matthews, H. | Scoop.it
NBCNews.com UN joins football leaders to rid sport of racism NBCNews.com GENEVA (AP) -The ugly side of the beautiful game emerged Thursday as the U.N.'s top human rights official joined football officials and players in calling for an end to the...
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Former NFL Player Mark Duper Arrested for Beating Up His Teenage Son

Former NFL Player Mark Duper Arrested for Beating Up His Teenage Son | Sports Ethics: Matthews, H. | Scoop.it
He reportedly went unconscious at one point. Complex.com: The original buyer's guide for men. (RT @ComplexMag: Former NFL player Mark Duper was arrested on Wednesdayy for beating the crap out of his teenage son.
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