Finally – Enabling Business Ethics

Effectiveness of Professional Ethics Education A review of how effective business ethics studies can be to the student. 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. ... Continue Reading →

Employee Leadership Development

When Do You Know Your Employee Will Never be an Asset? The partners have been asking that question, "Is our employee interested in leadership development?", to ourselves for awhile now. We have done everything to help a new (3 years) employee fit in and grow professionally as our office manager.  We’ve provided professional education and... Continue Reading →

Business Ethics in Financial Institutions

Happy New Year – Let’s Get Serious about Business Ethics! We have an interesting business ethics 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... Continue Reading →

Situational Leadership – How Do You Teach Determination?

Situational Leadership, Teaching Employees to Take Responsibility vs. Making Employees Take Responsibility We had an interesting situational leadership question last week about how to teach self-determination to employees wanting to advance. Sitting down with one employer the questions asked were aimed more at “how do I teach/make this employee take responsibility?” This is not a... Continue Reading →

Attention all Organizations – Train your Managers to be Mediators!

We were recently directed to an article by Lisa Dunbar by New Directions Consulting (Vermont and New York) entitled “Conflict Management – the Manager as Mediator”.  It holds an important message for any organization that emphasizes the benefit of team building.  What we like is the discussion on the need for our managers to recognize... Continue Reading →

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