“Be firm, but not rigid. Be honest, but not unkind. Expect improvement, but not perfection.
Seven Lessons to Teach Your Children As They Enter the Workforce
I. Don’t sell yourself short. Your value is measured by your values, not by your rank or status;
RESPECT: Do you really have to respect despicable people?
There is no moral duty to respect everyone; some people are unworthy of our esteem. But we do have a duty to treat everone with respect, whether they
12 Ethical Principles for Business Executives
Ethical values, translated into active language establishing standards or rules describing the kind of behavior an ethical person should and should not engage in, are ethical principles. The following list
Ambrose Pierce, a nineteenth-century humorist, defined responsibility, as “A detachable burden easily shifted to the shoulders of God, Fate, Fortune, Luck or one’s neighbor. In the days of astrology it was customary to unload it upon a star.” Being accountable means accepting responsibility for who we are, and for our character, personalities, attitudes, and weaknesses. Even for our happiness. The …
Orlando and his three friends went on a camping/fishing trip. When they reached the camp site they were unpleasantly surprised at how it had been left by the previous campers. Beer cans and other trash were all around. They spent almost three hours cleaning it up. The morning of their scheduled departure day another camper in the area told them …