How to "do the right thing" as a leader
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ethical leadership How to Stay True to Your Ethics
From high-profile accusations of institutionalized harassment to the mishandling of massive data breaches, corporate ethics is now in the glare of the international spotlight.

But the leaders who stray from the moral path are vastly outnumbered by those who act with integrity and fairness. You can learn how to follow their good example with our article, Ethical Leadership.

It takes courage to challenge failures in leadership. But you can find out how with our new video, How to Tell Your Bosses They're Wrong, and our article, Jennings' Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse.

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Discover how to spot the early signs of any ethical weaknesses in your organization.

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Develop and create an ethical code for yourself and your team.

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In this podcast, we examine ethics expert Bruce Weinstein's tips for "doing the right thing."

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A Final Note

Ethical behavior demands that we do the right thing - often in the face of extreme pressures to do otherwise. If you're faced with an ethical dilemma, you can judge your choice of action against one simple question, "Will I sleep soundly tonight?"

Next week, you can find out how to achieve a state of total concentration, with our new video, and explore a 10-point framework for bringing more happiness into your life.

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