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Ethics in action reveal moral character and are the criteria by which integrity is recognized.

Organizations set ethical norms and define operational values. However, only we as people exercise the discernment and discretion that go into judgment. Creating more ethical companies pivots on raising the ethical intelligence of the human person in business.

An Ethical Orientation involves three levels of imaginative enquiry:

  • The exploration of purpose or intent, both for the organization and the individual.
  • The honest critique of the current reality, which uncovers assumptions, patterns or habits that diffuse integrity or undermine ethical efficacy.
  • The definition of the corrective or ameliorative, which serves as the catalyst for innovation, learning, renewal and moral excellence.




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