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Dr Attracta Lagan is one of the founding directors of the Australian Ethical Investment Movement; a founding director of the Australian Futures Foundation and founding director of consulting services for the St James Ethics Centre. In her latest post for www.ethical-leadership.co.uk she explores: How to help employees engage with a code of conduct
Andre van Heerden raises the important issue Has technology corrupted leadership? He heads the corporate leadership programme The Power of Integrity™, and is author of several books on leadership including Leaders and Misleaders, and Leading like you mean it. You can reach him at www.powerofintegrity.com or on LinkedIn.
Katherine Teh-White, Managing Director, Futureye explains the importance of companies having a social licence to operate and gives a working examples of what this means in practice.
Outrage: the alternative to a Social Licence Keith Edmonds, Consultant at Coverdale Organisation Ltd. From his many years as a practising consultant Keith shares his views on why company ethical codes often fail to deliver Why Ethical Codes Crash and Burn
Richard Bistrong Can a sales or business development person succeed around the world, while staying on the path of an anti-bribery and ethical program? Richard Bistrong makes the case for understanding how incentives can sometimes do the opposite of what’s intended.
Rick Keller, Executive Coach Surveys come and go. The American Management Association’s HRI Global Ethics Survey from 2005 helped identify and understand the real influences on business ethics in organizations. What drives business to behave ethically?
Linda Fisher Thornton, Chief Executive Officer of Leading in Contextdescribes how to avoid fragmenting the approach to ethical leadership Pulling the fragments of ethical leadership together
Donna Boehme Principal, Compliance Strategists LLC, RAND Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance, Corporate Counsel has some deep thoughts about how to change bank cultures. Let’s skip the crying bankers: deep thoughts about bank culture
Prof. Dr. Christoph Luetge, Chair of Business Ethics, Technical University of Munich uses a famous Hollywood movie to show ethical leadership in action. Good ethical leaders are not always right says Luetge, but they must keep an open mind. Ethical Leadership and the Virtue of Error Tolerance