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Why do some employees lie, cheat and steal? This book provides a framework for leaders and organizations to unravel ethical workplace dilemmas. Authors accurately explain the relationship between individual ethical behavior and its impact on organizational success.
Readers will learn a practical approach to ethics. Step by step methods are easily explained. Many opportunities to better understand personal ethics will be provided through end of chapter discussion questions, leadership quotes, and practical examples.
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Dr. Nancy Kovanic is a trainer, consultant, and professor of management. Nancy has been involved in organizational development projects with Fortune 500 companies for over twenty years. Dr. Kovanic works as a consultant for Isaac Paul & Associates in Evansville, Indiana. Kenneth D. Johnson, M.A., served many years as a minister, business owner, and corporate executive. Throughout his career, he has spoke at Fortune 500 seminars and provided technical direction for companies. Mr. Johnson teaches and works at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.
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