Tag: principled leader

Slavery: how ethical business leaders can make a difference

“We remain confident that we took every practicable and reasonable step to ensure that the range would be ethically produced.”[spacer height=”20px”] Deputy Chief Executive Fawcett Society, about charity T Shirts revealed as produced in forced labour conditions. Guardian, 3rd November 2014 In 2013 a group of Lithuanian men bought passage […]

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 […]

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The Five Pillars of Ethical Business Leadership

Even if they do not always recognise them, all business executives face moral dilemmas. What then is new? First, there is the demand to build ethics into the core of companies’ strategies. Not only do  regulators expecting this, so does the rest of society. These days for example “society” can […]

Customers get the worse deal as stakeholders

Misleading customers can be an expensive luxury. In 2013 for example, fines for swindling their customers cost Npower nearly £4 million in 2013, Scottish Power  £8.5m, Tesco £300,000, AXA £1.8million. This month, March 2014, Toyota admitted misleading customers and agreed a huge $1.2 Billion criminal fine.   Also this month in […]