Whistleblowers in the Workplace

“What is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing” (author unknown)… What is popular is not always right (ethical), what is right (ethical) is not always popular.  But, it’s not about being comfortable and just doing what is going to be popular.  This is especially true in the business world … Continued

Windows into your soul

Marcus Tullius Cicero is credited to the old English proverb, “Eyes are the window to the soul.” Although no one can be certain that it originated with this Roman Philosopher, we also see this principle in the Bible. Matthew 6:22-23 states, “The eye is the lamp of the body. So, if your eye is healthy, your whole body … Continued

Less is more

It seems more and more these days, leaders feel the need to increase the amount of participation in their involvement of others. From the corporate culture to politics, higher authorities are becoming increasingly more interested in their control over the choices and decisions of employees, citizens, and private parties. Is this ethical? How far should … Continued

Meaning is the New Money

In her article for Diversity Executive, Tamara Erickson (2012) provides what could be a revolutionary process for capitalizing on diversity: embrace the differences of employees and bring individuals together as one working unit. Erickson (2012) reminds us that the old method of monetary bonuses for extra work toward the company’s goals is dying out. She notes … Continued

Big Government Does Not Care

The the article Reading the Changing the Government’s Use of Diversity,   is about the executive order that was put into place calling for all government agencies to have a diversity and inclusion plan in place within 120 days.     The first thing that comes to mind is the multicultural approach that was mention in the … Continued