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The Questions We Have in Common

By Linda Fisher Thornton

On October 2nd, Krista Tippett gave a talk on “The Adventure of Civility” at the University of Richmond. One of the important things I gleaned from her talk was this recommendation: 145 more words

Ethical Leader

Ethical behavior

Ethical behavior is important to the accounting profession as well as the general business environment. Most companies have code of conduct policies and ethical training to ensure all employees understand the company’s behavior expectations and responsibilities. 57 more words

Academic Writing

Ethics: When You Behave Like You Believe - Proverbs 21:3


“To do what is right and just is more acceptable to the Lord than sacrifice” (Proverbs 21:3, NIV).

Sometimes we don’t behave consistently with what we believe–or we claim to believe. 300 more words

Bible

Credit Where Credit is Due

By Linda Fisher Thornton

Author’s Note: This post is in honor of the many people who have had to fight to get credit for their own work. 338 more words

Ethical Leader

Yes, Leaders. Behavior Matters

By Linda Fisher Thornton

As leaders, we are expected to uphold the highest standards of ethical behavior, and that includes interpersonal behavior (HOW we get the results we get, and how our behavior impacts others). 240 more words

Ethical Leader

Have Peace! Trust God to Make Things Fair!

Fresh Manna
by Pastor Tim Burt

When I talk to Christians who do business daily in the workplace, I hear of problems they often face because of their Christianity. 749 more words

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The Gambit

Our lives play like pawns daily on the invisible chess board of life. We are gullible to believe that good moves alone are prerequisites for promotion, from lowly pawns to a more respectable piece on the social ladder. 325 more words

Philosophy