Ethical Voices

Category: leadership

Total 29 Posts

Why You Should Act Quickly and Decisively on Even Small Ethics Concerns – Mark Cautela

Mark Cautela, the Head of Communications for Harvard Business School, discusses a number of important ethics topics including:

1) Why you need to act quickly and decisively on even small ethics concerns

2) When company and team before self is not ethically appropriate

3) What to do when your boss asks you to fudge numbers on an award

The ethical trap of enabling toxic, abusive high-performers: Lisa Gralnek

Lisa Gralnek, the Principal and Founder of LVG & Co., has some great insight to share, including:

1) The ethical trap of enabling toxic, abusive high-performers
2) How can companies best live their values?
3) Why you shouldn’t always fall on your sword
4) The perils of “me before we”

Healing the Fracturing of Humanity By Moving From Impact to Consequence: Jim Olson

Jim Olson, the former global corporate communications lead for Starbucks and US Airways and CCO at African Leadership University, graciously shared his insight and observations on a number of topics including:

1) How did Starbucks find a new, ethical option about how to deal with the presence of guns in their stores?
2) How we can help heal the fracturing of humanity by moving from impact to consequence?
3) The ethical imperative of purpose

Keeping Your Values When Others Compromise Theirs: John Walker

John Walker, the founder and managing partner of Chirp PR, discusses a number of important topics, including:

1) Keeping your values when others compromise theirs (a.k.a. How to survive a dot-com boom)

2) How to build trust in a time of uncertainty

3) The ethical pitfalls of “guaranteed” media coverage that isn’t earned

Why Silence Kills Ethical Behavior: BJ Whitman

On this week’s EthicalVoices, BJ Whitman, a PR professional with more than 30 years of public relations expertise in the education, maritime, and hospitality management fields joins me to discuss a number of ethics issues, including:

1) Life, death, ethics and a photograph
2) Why silence is a killer to resolving ethical issues
3) Ethical issues in the maritime industry

How thinking like a global citizen can improve your ethical decision-making: An interview with Sony’s Cheryl Goodman

Cheryl Goodman, the head of Corporate Communication for Sony Electronics North America discusses:

1) The key communication ethics challenges for today and tomorrow

2) How to fight back against the trend toward unethical vaporware

3) What we can do to move diversity, equity and inclusion from talk to action

4) How thinking like a global citizen can improve your ethical decision-making

How to Thrive Ethically in an Era of Disruption: Ray Kotcher

Ray Kotcher, the former CEO of Ketchum and the Professor of the Practice of public relations at Boston University discusses:

1) How to navigate situations where your values and your organizations values differ
2) Why good managers think of themselves as the mayor of a small town
3) Will GenZ succeed where the Boomers failed?
4) What we need to do to thrive ethically in an era of disruption