282_ Lloyd Lewan - Leadership Beyond Management
We live in a time of great division. Nations against nations – religions against religions, complicated competition with foreign countries. We have a growing underclass in the world and we really don’t know what to do with it. And there are so many other moral, scientific and economic dilemmas we face. As Lincoln said, “A house divided cannot stand.”
We must find men and women who can face these challenges with a much wiser set of denominators and understandings. Lloyd Lewan was the keynote speaker at the annual Colorado Ethics in Business Awards (CEBA). He had hundreds of attendees on the edge of their seats as he detailed prescriptions for leadership and ethics.
"The best guarantee for the future of this country of ethics, is to find and develop the finest leaders, for at the heart of any leader is and ethical base. I frankly believe leadership is the DNA of any nation, of any business, of any organization, or any home.”
You can listen to Dr. Lewan's entire address right here - 35 minutes from an exceptional program - Colorado Ethics in Business Awards Keynote Address.
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Beyond the Trends - Model for Ethics
Larry Nelson, producer of the w3w3® Media Network - Talk Radio show Launches New ETHICS Channel! In Volume 2 - Issue 1 of "Beyond the Trends". Larry tackles Ethics. The lack of ethics continues to get a great deal of press. Larry shares a brief "ethics model" (complexities have helped create this swamp). You'll hear the 3 foundational aspects and solutions for keeping us on track.
|Gov Lamm is Outspoken About Ethics
No one has ever accused Richard
Lamm, Director for the Center for Public Policy and Contemporary
Issues at DU and former 3-term Governor of Colorado of not speaking
his mind. True-to-form, Dick lays down the gauntlet when it comes
to ethics. The path of the unknown is clear if you are clear.
Would you quit your job or put your career in jeopardy because of ethical concerns? That's easy to answer if you are not
the person on the line.
Linda Rydberg of the Women's Leadership
Foundation shares a couple real-life stories and the word "legacy" played an important role in their actions.
Linda recommends that teams need to have a written list of shared values.
and ethical corporate behavior are highly valued characteristics
in today's leader. We asked Dr.
James Davis, Dean of University College of the Denver
University and author of Learning to Lead, to
shed some light on the importance of how we make decisions - from
an ethical perspective. Dr. Davis pulls specific examples from 2000
years of historical trial and error to answer the question.
you imagine what homeland security and defense would look like if
there was an absence of good ethical behavior?
Dr Murray Hamilton, Director of the Center for Homeland Defense
and Security at the University of Denver weighs in on this much talked
about issue in the workplace, Corporate Ethics. LISTEN
|6/2/03 Meet Paul Ray, Director of the Office of Life Sciences and Biotechnology in the Governor's Office of Innovation and Technology. We talked with Paul about Ethics. A new channel being launched at w3w3 Network.
Paul's candid, hard-hitting, straight forward responses will give you something to think about. His sincere take on an issue affecting so many is a look back at lessons learned and applications for today's success with ethical codes of conduct.
the corporate ladder can be quite a trick especially when you include
ethical behavior into the equation.
Dr James Davis, Dean of University College of the Denver University
and prolific author gives some structure to this dicey issue. Simplicity
is the key, as Dr Davis walks us through three steps for building
Reuteman, business editor for the Rocky Mtn. News talks about the tug-of-war between virtue & vice.
Dutkowsky, Bob, JDEdwards - Ethics
Polis, Jared Ethics direct no-nonsense - righting the balance
Wyatt Ethical behavior is deep-rooted (good & bad)