Tag: purpose

Social Concern: A wake-up call for ethical business leaders

Social Concern: A wake-up call for ethical business leaders

Recently, PayPal killed the accounts of anyone pushing racist views.  “You have to have the courage to make those decisions” PayPal CEO Dan Schulman.” The action shows how ethical leaders can take relevant actions to promote social responsibility by their companies and key stakeholders. Echoing these concerns about social responsibility, […]

Santa Claus social science study reveals 7 leadership lessons

Santa Claus social science study reveals 7 leadership lessons

Dear Mr Santa Claus. We’re most grateful for your permission to conduct this path-breaking social science enquiry into your current operations and the Santa Franchise. You wanted our results before Christmas, we’re delighted to summarise our main conclusions here. Our two-volume, spiral-bound report will be left by the chimney in the […]

Ethics Pays–The corporate no brainer

Ethics Pays–The corporate no brainer

[gview file=”http://www.ethical-leadership.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ETHICS-PAYS1.pdf”] Do you have any further hard data for making the ethics case in business? If so, let’s share it so we can add it to this presentation here, making it even more useful to others wanting to get across “the no brainer.” Drop a line to info@maynardleigh.co.uk or […]

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 […]