Tag: misconduct

Are your employees calling the shots on ethics?

Speaking up: after 32 years, reality finally caught up with Ray Kelvin. Staff put the controversial, long-serving CEO on the spot over “forced hugging.” Some 2,500 staff dared  to speak up, signing a petition protesting the CEO’s intrusive actions. After three decades in power the serial hugger reluctantly stepped down […]

Millennials under stress—an ethical red flag?

Almost everyone these days suffers from some form of stress. A few psychologists even argue being human is to suffer stress. But then some of them will say anything for a headline. The real issue is the strong evidence of Millennials experiencing more than their fair share of stress. “They’re […]

Is this a step too far for nailing bankers?

In August 2014 London Mayor Boris Johnson called for ‘guilty until proven innocent’ to become the law for suspected terrorists. He argued for a reverse of the normal presumption of innocence for those who travel to Iraq and Syria.[1] Let’s not stop at terrorists though. Why not bankers? New laws […]

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Compliance needs that vital boardroom presence (Part 2)

Board room presence is essential if you are to carry weight and deliver a convincing compliance message. It stems from four aspects of human development: psychology, physiology, character, and chemistry.  These are entirely learnable though you may sometimes need some specialist help to make the best of them.[spacer height=”20px”] Psychology This is […]