Ethicability: (n) How to Decide What's Right and Find the Courage to Do It

Ethicability: (n) How to Decide What's Right and Find the Courage to Do It

by Roger Steare

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Over 500,000 people in high-impact businesses such as energy and banking, now use ethicability as the way to make the right decisions in moments of truth.

Ethicability helps us to decide what's right and then find the courage to do it. It is based on a clear, concise and robust model which combines insights from 3,000 years of moral philosophy with the latest scientific research into human psychology and behaviour. In just 20 questions, ethicability enables us to understand and resolve a wide range of moral dilemmas in a format which has been tried and tested by groups as diverse as business executives, health practitioners, and the security services. Ethicability then helps us to find the courage to do the right thing because we now have the confidence that we have made the best decision we can, having considered everyone and everything involved.

Deciding what's right doesn't always mean immediate success or even happiness, because life isn't a playground. Ethicability is about being good, doing right, and leaving the world a better place.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780955236983
Publisher: Roger Steare Consulting Limited
Publication date: 05/08/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 8 MB

About the Author

ROGER STEARE is The Corporate Philosopher. He works with a range of businesses, professional institutes and public-sector bodies around the world. He is the Corporate Philosopher in Residence and Visiting Professor of Organizational Ethics at Cass Business School; a Fellow at ResPublica, the cross-party policy think-tank; and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts. He is a recognised media expert on ethics and morality, appearing regularly on the BBC, the Financial Times and The Times (London). The son of a Methodist preacher, Roger was educated at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe. He read History at Bedford College, University of London and studied the History of Philosophy with the late Conrad Russell, son of the philosopher Bertrand Russell. He draws on a wide range of professional experience as a banker, a social worker, an executive coach and CEO of a UK subsidiary of Adecco, the world’s largest employment agency. Roger is married to Jane and lives near Sevenoaks in Kent.

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