Mar 15, 2018
Ethical traps are the justifications we create when we want to take action outside of our typical ethical code of conduct. Listen to this episode and learn about 1) False Necessity 2) Doctrine of Relative Filth 3) Rationalization and 4) Ends-Justifies-the-Means. I also share 10 questions you can ask yourself when faced with an ethical dilemma.
Most employees think of themselves as ethical people, but many have faced ethical dilemmas and took action we might not be proud of. This episode addresses the stories we might tell ourselves in challenging situations. BTW, broken the speed limit lately?
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