Does Integrity Really Matter? Rick Boxx A survey conducted by the Ethics Resource Center found 45 percent of the people in today’s workforce have personally observed ethical misconduct in the […]
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THE DANGER OF FEAR-BASED DECISIONS By Rick Boxx Fear, as we all know, can be a strong influence in shaping our behavior. But have you ever considered the effect fear […]
CHANGING AN ENTIRE INDUSTRY ONE PERSON AT A TIME By Rick Boxx Have you observed practices or policies within your industry you do not like, things that seem wrong or […]
For some time now, I and some friends have assisted with a local “Adopt a School” program. One lesson I have learned through this involvement is the importance of hope. […]
When you think about the rules and regulations that affect you in the workplace, whether they are broad-based laws that apply to everyone or statutes that were designed specifically for […]
Some time ago, my wife, Kathy, and I received a surprising offer of financial compensation from a major chemical manufacturer for damage one of its products did to our pine […]
Some time ago one of my business friends contracted with a large provider of software to have a new system installed for his company. Based on this vendor’s promises, and […]
When we talk about competition in business, typically we are thinking in terms of trying to achieve an advantage over our competitors – whether through the products or services we […]
A survey conducted by Parade magazine, which appears in newspapers across the United States each week, discovered 51 percent of the 26,000 people polled believe the way people get ahead […]
Practicing one’s faith in the pragmatic, bottom-line business and professional world, where seeing is believing, is difficult enough. Faith is especially hard to come by during times of economic […]
An organization called “Delivering Happiness at Work” had some great insights that were outlined in a Wall Street Journal article about happy employees. A study it conducted has discovered happy, […]
Suggestion boxes at companies are being replaced by online idea-submission systems, according to the Wall Street Journal, a respected business periodical. These systems not only receive ideas for changes and […]
Not long ago I heard author and speaker Lee Strobel give an excellent message on what he called the “5 P’s for making ethical decisions.” I thought his insights would […]
There seems to be an epidemic of callous, disrespectful behavior in today’s workplace. Yet, strangely enough, such demonstrations many times are not penalized. Sometimes they are even rewarded! According to […]
If someone were to ask you what is the primary factor for achieving success, what would be your answer? That was a question Kent Humphreys, a consultant to corporate executives, […]
When my daughter, Megan, said she desired to become an occupational therapist. I did not understand this vocation or what such work would entail. That was before we attended an […]
Many universities and corporate trainers teach business ethics from a perspective sometimes referred to as “moral relativism.” This basically means they do not believe in objective truth; to them, truth […]
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