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Has technology corrupted leadership?

Has technology corrupted leadership?

By Andre van Heerden Our dependency on technology keeps growing. Yet no one seems to understand or control it. This makes us feel powerless and victimised: “We find it more and more difficult to achieve a sense of continuity, permanence, or connection with the world around us.” The Culture of […]

Exclusive: Interview with “Reputation Risk” author

Exclusive: Interview with “Reputation Risk” author

Andrew discusses with Andrea Bonime-Blanc, CEO of GEC Risk Advisory, her new handbook on: Reputation Risk–in an age of hyper-transparency.   See also Analysis: our review of her new handbook–due December 11th.   “Why did you decide to write this book  now, as opposed to say a year or so back–what has changed […]

Would the leader of an ethical global company please stand up

Would the leader of an ethical global company please stand up

Is there an ethical global company anywhere? Currently we see vast swathes of the corporate world wilfully avoiding paying their proper share of taxes through avoidance schemes, mainly centred around Luxembourg. Meanwhile three quarters of the banking industry remains mired in never-ending fines for nefarious practices almost too numerous and complex to […]

How Neuroscience can help ethical leaders–NEW WHITE PAPER

How Neuroscience can help ethical leaders–NEW WHITE PAPER

Following a four-part series on how neuroscience can help ethical leaders www.ethical-leadership.co.uk  now launches the full White Paper on Neuroscience and Ethical Leaders CLICK HERE TO READ The White Paper distils key neuroscience findings in recent years. “The brain has particular strengths around Speed, Complexity and Relationships. These influence how we […]

High rollers with low morals

High rollers with low morals

“With so many people rolling the dice in hopes of a big score, there are bound to be some winners, their rich rewards raise wealth inequality even further.” This conclusion by Edmund Phelps, winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for Economics has important implications  for the ethical behaviour, or rather […]

Ethical Leadership and the Virtue of Error Tolerance

Ethical Leadership and the Virtue of Error Tolerance

GUEST POST FROM Prof. Dr. Christoph Luetge, Chair of Business Ethics, Technical University of Munich Hollywood movies seldom paint realistic pictures of company life. They mostly portray employees and executives as caricatures. There are exceptions. Often these are  movies with serious defects such as plot holes and the like. I’m talking […]