Articles, Book, and Interview About Ethics


Confronted with an Ethical Dilemma: What Will You Do?

Paper and Presentation Presented at the PMI 2016 Global Congress It’s easier to speculate about something that might be done in the future than to ...
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Ethical Behavior – Individual Responsibility

Individuals learn about and discuss ethical behavior as a conceptual exercise; however, the number of individuals that face a significant, personal ethical dilemma may not be ...
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Ethical Considerations and Responsivenes

Parents teach their children about the differences between right and wrong; schools teach students about ways to handle a variety of ethical situations; employers provide ...
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Ethics Training is Missing the Mark: Here’s Why

Link to this article on HuffPost Ethics is a topic that’s often discussed by parents, schools, organizations, and employers.  These discussions usually teach individuals about ...
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High School Friends; Different Ethical Paths; Almost Identical Tragic Endings​

Link to this article on HuffPost This month (March) is “National Ethics Awareness Month”, which represents an additional opportunity to focus on and discuss ethical ...
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Individual Character: It’s Still an Important Factor in Success

Link to this article on HuffPost Photo courtesy of Dr. J. Phillip London Dr. J. Phillip London undoubtedly made tough decisions during his 23 year ...
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Trump’s Temper Tantrums: The Normalization of Workplace Bullying?!

Bullies are known for being boisterous with “look at me,” “I’m powerful,” and “I’m important” attitudes.  Oftentimes, this behavior leads to a bully receiving attention, ...
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Unethical Workplace Bullies Led to My Near Death-by-Suicide ​

The emotional and sometimes physical abuse at workplaces isn’t always disclosed due to judgmental comments and perceptions.  Furthermore, the stigmas associated with being a target ...
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Unexpected Cost of Ethical Behavior

Link to this article on HuffPost In pursuit of my college degrees, work at Fortune 500 companies, and memberships in professional organizations, I was directed ...
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