Tag Archives: Ethics

Whats for dinner?


In the UK, the scandal of contaminated horse meat being fraudulently introduced into beef burgers seems to grow by the day. Right now, extensive testing of processed meat products is being carried out on a full range of other processed … Continue reading

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Does leadership power really corrupt?


History implies that leadership power seems to have a corrupting influence on many people. There is also an assertion by many writers that most people are basically good and that the power which leadership brings, corrupts their leadership into a … Continue reading

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Ethics and Leadership – Doing the right thing


Admiral Mike McMullen, chief of staff for the US criticised the US policy of ‘strategic communication’. He said: “To put it simply, we need to worry a lot less about how to communicate our actions and much more about what our actions … Continue reading

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Strong leader – or psychopath?


It is an unfortunate fact that many managers should not really be in their positions. There are many reasons why this should be the case, but one issue which seems neglected in leadership literature is the attraction that leadership positions … Continue reading

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Business Leadership and Integrity


The world has been rocked by mismanagement of catastrophic proportions and this has resulted in a tsunami of effects which will shadow the well being of people on a global basis for many years to come. The true consequences are … Continue reading

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