Todd Finley, an Edutopia blogger, begins a recent post “Education is catastrophically deficient in trust,” and argues that teachers must take a leap of faith to learn how to trust their students so that they can be successful
The recently released results of the National Business Ethics Survey® of Social Networkers by the Ethics Resource Center uncovered an interesting relationship between social networking at work and ethics risks.
A company’s most valuable asset is not something that can be bought or sold. It is trust – and it must be earned. At the BBB Center for Character Ethics, we provide practical leadership character and organizational ethics research and resources to help leaders and educators – serving our current and future workforces – achieve success by embracing the power of trust.
The BBB Center for Character Ethics is a collaboration of professionals who seek to help every BBB service center “Start with Trust” – establishing a clear strategy for advancing positive ethics (not just corrective intervention) and putting a suite of programs in place that grow our accredited and non-accredited client's confidence to intentionally commit to leadership ethics and ethical enterprising.
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As we strive to keep markets free, profit-making noble, and the competitive spirit robust, we believe it is critical to maintain the highest level of character in our business and education leaders. Over the years, we have encountered thousands of individuals who share our passion and our belief that leadership character is the foundation of the free market.
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