Three Integrity Questions for Leaders

U.S. businesses far and wide have instituted formal ethics training in an effort to discourage acts that pose legal risks, affect compliance, or compromise corporate and social responsibility. But even with the best intentions, the training often leaves unaddressed the moral dilemmas leaders face in real-life situations. Acting with integrity and moral purpose is not accomplished purely by adhering to a prescribed system of checks and balances; it’s a far more involved process of honoring personal and organizational values while considering the far-reaching consequences and implications of actions.

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