Ethics are at the forefront of all relationships when managing and leading staff. Through day-to-day interactions ethical decision-making guides behaviour.
Also, how you obtain, serve and retain clients involves ethics. Their willingness to work with you is guided by your ethical decision-making re: customer experience. Equally important, to determine if you keep a client is guided by the client’s ethical behaviour.
And your willingness to stay with ethics, when the person is not present, is a true litmus test of your ethical decision-making.
In today’s workplace, ethical decision-making is at the core of leading and managing. Upon reflection, over the past few months where have you been challenged in your ethical decision-making?
In today’s workplace where judgment is passed in the court of social media, it’s smart you upgrade your moral compass to an ethical gyrocompass.