Power of Ethics, The: How to Make Good Choices in a Complicated World
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
A broad-sweeping look at ethics and a framework on how to make ethical decisions.
Should a historical statue be taken down if the person memorialised was unethical? What should you consider before sending your DNA for a genetic analysis? Is it enough for businesses to simply meet their legal obligations or should they exceed them? The essential guide for decision-making when ethics are on the edge. Learn how to make ethical decisions in every situation, from personal to professional, and realise how you contribute to shaping the world, one decision at a time. ‘A 21st century ethics classic. A book for leaders to keep close at hand.’Rob Chesnut Ethics can be complicated and its boundaries blurred. Publicly, government leaders are acting against the welfare of their citizens, companies are prioritising profits above all, and technology poses risks to society through both innovation and misinformation with little to no repercussions. Personally, we struggle with how much to protect our children online, how to make informed consumer choices, and how to handle misconduct at work. Behind virtually every ethical challenge we face, there are six forces and through a straightforward, four-step process, world class ethics professor Susan Liautaud gives you all the tools needed to navigate ethics. Learn how to develop a clear point of view, speak with authority and make effective decisions across all areas of life. In The Power of Ethics, Liautaud shows how we all can make more ethical choices at home, at work, in our communities and in society and create a better world through the decisions we make every day.
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