How to communicate ethics to employees (hint: delicately)
Most employees have cheated in one way or another in their lives. How can you discuss ethics with without seeming like schoolmarms?
We live in a world of cheaters. At least that's what author Margaret Heffernan contends in a post at Inc.com , in which she outlines the difficulties that poses for bosses who want to build ethical workplaces. "I'm pretty sure that treating everyone like criminals isn't a constructive form of vigilance," Heffernan wrote. So what's an executive to do? Ethicists and company leaders advise taking a subtle approach. Leading by example Mitchell Weiss, adjunct p read more...
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