Hello, I’m here to Vilify Your Industry

Ethical challenges and ethical decision-making processes experienced or witnessed by U.S. financial advisers. Hello, I’m here to vilify your Industry, As an investment adviser, I am not frightened by many things.  I have weathered enough negative markets to give me the tools, knowledge and courage to help my clients fulfill investment needs and goals. Dealing... Continue Reading →

Finally – Enabling Business Ethics

Effectiveness of Professional Ethics Education This is interesting.  We’ve been asked to help review a new course offering 1 credit hour in business ethics.  We thought we had seen the full range of professional ethics courses until we visited with the authors.  The course is designed for business students enrolled in business education at a... Continue Reading →

Business Ethics in Financial Institutions

Happy New Year – Let’s Get Serious! We have an interesting project for 2017.  ColoradoNDR will be assisting in an ethics project examining the financial industry.  While the basis of the project will be regulatory compliance and enforcement research, the outcome (hopefully) will point to character strengths each of us individually need to recommit to –... Continue Reading →

Who is Responsible?

The abandoned shopping cart... literally. It’s the bane of urban existence – grocery store shopping carts abandoned on your property. My partner had I had the unusual experience last week of watching two vagabonds park their “stolen” shopping cart at the edge of our property. No use asking them to take it away, they were... Continue Reading →

Give Peace a Chance

In July 2013, Rotary International, the century old service organization added their peace initiative to the 4 Avenues of Service. What a profound statement. The presiding RI President, Sakuji Tanaka proclaimed “our business is peace”. An extremely powerful objective. In his statement, Tanaka noted that peace is more than the absence of conflict – it... Continue Reading →

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