February is Global Ethics month – where many communication associations come together to provide insight, guidance and content. They will be using the hashtag #ethicsmatter. In addition to this, interesting articles dealt with internal communications, the gig economy and LEGO.
Category: This Week in PR Ethics
This week in public relations ethics there was an eclectic collection of topics of interest. Topics range from a first-ever ban on shadow lobbying, to the proper application of ethos and pathos, and advice on setting up an EAB. I also loved a story of ethics in action and how a former PR pro is helping ethical manufacturers in the fashion industry.
This week in PR Ethics there were a number of interesting stories – from should President Trump’s PR people ever get jobs again to privacy and fertility and the importance of diversity.
Beyond politics, this week there were some really interesting ethics articles – from the continued decline of trust to an examination of how and when a global brand decides to take an activist position.
While it’s a New Year, we still have the same ethics issues that we have had for 4,000+ years. Following are a few of the highlights that focus on public health, vaccines, business and culture.
At the end of every EthicalVoices podcast I share an ethics quote from history that has inspired me, touched me or caused me to think. Since many of you read the blog and don’t listen to the podcast, I wanted to share 42 top quotes from my 2020 podcasts. Enjoy! And here is looking forward to a great 2021.
Since this is the day before Christmas, I thought I would give folks something a little different on This Week in PR Ethics. And since The Night Before Christmas is tough to filk with ethics, I decided to give you the Twelve Days of Ethics (with apologies to Frederick Austin). Enjoy!
While many people this week are celebrating Hanukkah, getting ready for Christmas or eagerly waiting for the 100th Episode of EthicalVoices on Monday….ethics issues continue unabated. This week there were a number of interesting articles on ethical leadership, GenZ and Capitalism and two great ethics resources.
This week in PR ethics there were a number of interesting ethical issues raised related to greenwashing, wokewashing and non-profits as well as a chilling report than 75% of all business workplace conversations will be recorded in analyzed in less than a few years.
This week, (well two weeks) the most interesting ethical issues I found tended to have an international flavor, and the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) and ethics was central to many of them. There are also two very interesting (and free) ethics Webinars coming up in the next week.