By Linda Fisher Thornton
In Part 1 of this series on Recognizing Ethical Issues, I addressed the gaps in our thinking that require us to develop an ethical alert system. in Part 2, I explored why some leaders who want to do the right thing still don’t “do the work” to learn how to do it. In Part 3, I dug into the importance of ethical awareness as the basis for ethical decision making. Part 4 described ways to start developing ethical thinking.
In Part 5, I share some recent posts that address current societal issues. Read the ones below that strike you as the most relevant, to learn about how to recognize the nuances of ethical issues in current events and make good decisions about them.
Navigating Return to Work Challenges
On Patriotism, Nationalism, Globalism and Ethics
Seeing the Facets of Facts Part 1
Seeing the Facets of Facts Part 2
How Dangerous Are Conspiracy Theories?
Staying Focused in a “Human Attention Power Grab World”
Does “Politically Correct” Mean Inclusive and Respectful?
To learn more, see the video-based series What is Ethical Leadership?: Part 1 answers “Which lenses must we look through to be ethical leaders?” Part 2 answers “Why haven’t people agreed on one definition of ethical leadership?” and Part 3 answers “What happens when there is a serious conflict between two ethical values?
Unleash the Positive Power of Ethical Leadership
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