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What Are Your Personal Core Values?

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What Are Your Personal Core Values? What are your personal core values? On the last day of 2017, former FBI director, James Comey, sent out a message loud and clear on Twitter – hoping for more ethical leadership focused on truth and lasting values in 2018. Here’s hoping 2018 brings more ethical leadership, focused on […]

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The Loop – Making the Right Decision

The Loop - Rashmi Airan

The Loop – Making the Right Decision It’s 5:15 in the morning. I’ve just woken up to the alarm ringing next to my pillow from the Timex watch I hung on the metal rod at the corner of my bunk bed last night. I sit up and look around just in time to see the […]

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United Airlines’ Ethics Rhetoric vs. Reality

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United Airlines’ Ethics Rhetoric vs. Reality United Airlines scrambled to climb out of a public relations nightmare and financial decline due to the recent actions against a paying customer, a doctor, who rightfully purchased a plane ticket and was sitting in his assigned seat when he was forcibly removed from the plane. But a closer […]

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South Florida Attorney Sentenced for Forging Signatures

Forging Signatures

South Florida Attorney Sentenced for Forging Signatures Last week, an attorney in South Florida was sentenced to 364 days in prison for forging signatures of judges more than 100 times on orders in his cases involving financial settlements.  Why did he sign the judges’ names?  Was it to make money in an illegal manner?  Was […]

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Ms. Sloane’s Poor Ethical Decision Making Process

Ms. Sloane's Poor Ethical Decision Making Process

Movie Ethical Analysis: Ms. Sloane This week I had the chance to watch Jessica Chastain’s movie, Ms. Sloane, about a leading lobbyist in Washington DC and it certainly was a political thriller. Throughout the movie, I found myself questioning Ms. Sloane’s actions and ethical decision making process.  The main guiding principle in the movie for […]

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5 Steps to Ethical Living

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I call myself a recovering lawyer.  I have lost my bar license that I worked very hard for my whole life.  I lost my law firm and the honor of working with my father as a partner.  I have learned so much over the past few years and had time to reflect on how I […]

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Can Building a Corporate Culture of Ethics Conversation Hedge Costly Disruption?

Can a corporate culture of conversation focused on ethics and compliance in an organization help stop disruption? There has been so much discussion regarding disruption that is caused by innovation and technology. For example, Kodak actually invented the first digital camera, but ultimately had to file bankruptcy because it did not develop its digital business. […]

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