https://www.ethicalsystems.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/alfred-aloushy-Ow-joAY8NyY-unsplash.jpg 1080 1920 Caterina Bulgarella https://ethicalsystems.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/ES-logo-final-white.gif Caterina Bulgarella2020-05-02 19:13:042020-05-03 13:46:41The Difference Ethical Leadership Can Make in a Pandemic
The human costs of the COVID-19 pandemic are hard to grasp and accept.
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Last November, I went to Dubai as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Transparency and Anti-Corruption.
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Research I reported on several years ago suggests working from home could make a positive ethical difference.
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From all corners of the earth, this pandemic has revealed humanity at our best, combating a pandemic virus with a pandemic of compassion. Like many leaders, my clients are scrambling to adapt to this new “virtual reality” of uncertainty…
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The COVID-19 pandemic, and our response to it, has foisted considerable uncertainty into the personal and professional lives of humans across the planet. Lockdowns, travel restrictions, physical distancing, and the shift to remote work…
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Bullshit can both make us more uncertain at work, because of how it clouds the truth, and it can make us feel more certain, because of how the bullshit appeals to what we think or wish to be true. Call me naive but I was shocked as an undergraduate…
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Over the last decade, Andrew Taggart has made a name for himself. Outlets like Quartz and Big Think have described him as a gadfly-for-hire, a practical philosopher who offers his conversational and philosophical acumen to the likes…
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After reaching pandemic proportions, the novel coronavirus is a perfect example of a high conduct-risk challenge. The rate at which COVID-19 will continue to spread will largely depend on how people manage the risk of contagion and whether…
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In February, Barclays Bank in the United Kingdom announced that it would end a staff-monitoring scheme after the Trades Union Congress accused the bank of using “dystopian Big Brother employment practices.” However, numerous American…
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Fostering a diversity of views and styles of leadership could give organizations, among other things, an ethical advantage.