Tag Archives: Ethics

Selling Experience, Buying Creativity

“Relationships drive business!”, according to the crusty sales veteran! The young sales leader rolls her eyes. The old fundamentals are true to the point that buyers acquire goods and services form sources that they like and trust. Nevertheless, in an … Continue reading

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The Enthusiasm of the Hustle

Who are these people seamlessly living a parallel existence among ordinary urban and suburban Americans? They scrape the most basic livelihood, yet are relatively invisible to everyday people. They are commonly called “the homeless”. A refugee from that adjacent universe … Continue reading

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Ethical Lessons From Teaching Ethics

I often say when teaching, ”If I do my job, then I learn as much from my students as they learn from me.” In wrapping up my collegiate Ethics class, I gathered four extremely valuable lessons in leadership, performance and … Continue reading

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