EthicalVoices

Category: Culture

Total 21 Posts

Ethical Issues in Merging the Science and Art of Public Relations: Aaron Kwittken

Aaron Kwittken, the founder and chairman of KWT Global and the founder of PRophet, discusses:

1) An issue he still regrets not speaking up on 30 years ago

2) Ethical issues in merging the science and art of public relations

3) How augmented intelligence can help enhance our profession

4) How do we create belonging in a hybrid environment?

What to do when you are faced with nearness and drinking bias – Melissa Vela-Williamson, APR

Melissa Vela-Williamson, APR, an award-winning public relations expert, national columnist and host of the great Smart Talk Series podcast discusses:

1) What to do when you are pressured to inflate numbers?

2) What to do when you are faced with nearness and drinking bias

3) The ethics issues of multicultural appropriation

Civility, Truth and Hope – Emmanuel Tchividjian

Emmanuel Tchividjian, the principal of the Markus Gabriel Group, and one of the top thought leaders on ethics and communication in the world, discusses:

1) Where your duty lies when you are asked to reveal confidential information

2) The importance of civility and civil discourse

3) How the absence of truth leads to the absence of trust

4) The guiding light of hope

Ethical Issues in Diversity, Battle Rap, Cancel Culture and Hate Crimes Against Asian-Americans – Jennifer Cho

Joining me on this week’s episode is Jen Cho, the founder of Pivot and Swerve. She discusses a number of important ethics issues, including:

1) Where should businesses start first in diversity initiatives?

2) How to most effectively deal with microaggressions?

3) Ethical issues with Battle Rap – what to do when your ethics and the industry’s standards diverge?

4) How far back should we go with regards to cancel culture?

5) The rise of Asian American hate crimes

Identifying an Ethics Problem is not Enough – Neil Foote

Neil Foote, the CEO of Foote Communications, and the President of the National Black Public Relations Society, discusses a number of important ethics issues, including:

1) Why identifying an ethics problem is not enough

2) The power of truth, without embellishment, to drive ethical action

3) How to fight misinformation and disinformation

4) Why celebrating success is not enough to drive diversity