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The Week in Ethics: What We Can Learn About Optimism & Leadership from Simon Sinek

“A good leader doesn’t only inspire us to have confidence in what they can do. A great leader inspires us to have confidence in what we can do.”  

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Leadership

Let’s Also Think About Grown-up's Screen Time

With so much conversation about screen time for kids of all ages, it’s also useful think and talk about adults’ screen time. Adults model, but not always well, screen time habits for the young people in their families. 360 more words

Parents And Technology

Those Who Count on You

We all have them.  They’re friends, family, co-workers, bosses, customers and people who sell stuff to us.  As much as we might want to be independent and self-sufficient, they exist all around us and then need us. 235 more words

Living Better

The Week in Ethics: Wells Fargo's Next Move? 10 Suggestions

Update: See my 12/10/16 Business Ethics column on Where Wells Fargo Goes From Here .

Update: In October 2016 Timothy Sloan replaced Chairman/CEO John Stumpf, becoming CEO and President. 1,182 more words

Leadership

The Power of Smells

This interview was really fun and interesting.

The sense of smell is the sense most tied to emotion and memory.
What memory or emotion do these smells evoke for you? 85 more words

Parenting

Wells Fargo and Why the Wrong Objectives Always Lead to Bad Outcomes

By now, you must have read about the $185 million, give or take a few million, that Wells Fargo Bank will pay to settle a fraud case brought against it by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the city of Los Angeles, and the U.S. 464 more words

Risk Management

Unethical Amnesia: Why We Tend to Forget Our Own Bad Behavior - HBS Working Knowledge - Harvard Business School

Francesca Gino and Maryam Kouchaki show that engaging in bad behavior affects the memory such that memories of those unethical actions gradually become less clear than other memories—a phenomenon they call “unethical amnesia.” 1,362 more words

Culture