Reviews in depth why so many corporate apologies fail to land, and suggests ways to make the apology succeed.
Author: Andrew Leigh
To stay on top of their game, ethical business leaders will find it pays to take a fresh look at their goals, and how to set them The mundane routine of goal-setting gains fresh relevance when it prompts ethical business behavior. The wrong goal can do the opposite, placing an […]
Activism, or business leaders speaking out on ethical issues keeps happening,. Not enough of course. Yet there are signs that many business leaders are starting to do more than just urge their people to “Do the right thing”. Still, it’s rare to find a CEO embracing an ethical stance with […]
Post looks at hidden ethical risks to look out for and try to manage; there are eight risk zones as a starting point
Ethical leaders tend to run more profitable companies. Why? One reason is they usually show a strong personal commitment to affecting company culture. Equally important, there’s a positive link between a company with a strong affirming culture, and individual performance. These same leaders will therefore be good at installing or […]
Re-wiring what it means to be an ethical business leader and some of the trends bringing about this change.
A sword of Damocles hangs over the checkers of company accounts. The once comfortable world of auditing lies in disarray. The four largest UK Auditing firms face constant and widespread distrust. There’s concern about the quality of their checking and reporting standards. Nor are the numerous smaller audit firms immune […]
The poet and writer John Donne reminds us about collaboration: “No man is an island, entire of itself.” In our ever more complex and connected world his observation about collaboration applies to any business leader. Effective business leadership demands the exact opposite of being an island. The need to collaborate […]