ethics

Never Let Success Get To Your Head

Never Let Success Get To Your Head

Never let success get to your head. Never let failure get in your heart. The post Never Let Success Get To Your Head appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Never Let Success Get To Your Head

Pay Attention and Learn

Pay Attention and Learn

With or without your permission, your mind will work hard to make sense out of the world. Pay attention and you’ll be amazed at what you can learn. – Michael Josephson The post Pay Attention and Learn appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Michael’s 75th Birthday Donation Goal

For my birthday this year – I’ll be 75 on December 10. I’m asking for donations to The Joseph and Edna Josephson Institute for the Advancement of Ethics. Pursuing the Institute’s mission has been my full-time endeavor since 1987. I hope you’ll consider contributing. Every little bit will help my efforts to heal the world. Your gift is tax deductible … Read More The post Michael’s 75th Birthday Donation Goal appeared first on What Will Matter.

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The Ethics of Hunting for Sport

I just can’t understand the ethics of hunting for sport. How can one get joy out of killing one of these animals for thrill or fun? I know there are a lot of good people who do hunt but I can’t understand any rationale for why it is okay. Can someone please explain this? The post The Ethics of Hunting for Sport appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Good Ethics is Enough

“Good ethics may not always be good business but it is always good ethics and for a company or person of character — that’s enough.” – Michael Josephson Find a worthwhile article from the Harvard Business Review below: I’ve been a consultant for almost 20 years, advising companies on complex challenges in ethics, risk, and responsibility. Each year several clients … Read More The post Good Ethics is Enough appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Xavier University Business Ethics Class Slides

I prepared a condensed summary of business ethics issues and strategies to a class at Xavier University. If you’re interested, you can find the slides here. The post Xavier University Business Ethics Class Slides appeared first on What Will Matter.

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ETHICS: It’s not easy!

It’s been said in many ways: “Ethics is easier said than done.”, “If it was always easy or advantageous to be ethical, everyone would be ethical.” Michael Josephson’s poem it’s not easy explores this themes. IT’S NOT EASY Let’s be honest. Ethics is not for wimps. It’s not easy being a good person. It’s not easy to be honest when it … Read More The post ETHICS: It’s not easy! appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Ethics are about ought

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Notes to the Boss

Based on years of managing several organizations, including the Josephson Institute of Ethics, and on extensive consultation with large and small organizations, I’ve distilled much of what I believe and advocate into “Ten Truths.” I hope you find this list helpful. Feel free to share it with colleagues and friends. (Or print this mini-poster version of the list.)   Everyone rationalizes; including you. (We’re … Read More The post Notes to the Boss appeared first on What Will Matter.

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We’re all ethical in our own eyes

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-When it comes to our self-perception of our ethics, most of us have delusions of grandeur. – Think of the most ethical person you know. Do a lot of people come to mind or only a few? Are you having trouble thinking of anyone? If I asked that question of the people who know you well, how many would name … Read More The post We’re all ethical in our own eyes appeared first on What Will Matter.

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