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The strategic advantage that ethics give

The strategic advantage that ethics give. Everyone publicly agrees that ethics are important in business and at home, however this doesn’t explain why it seems that it is hard for some people to take an ethical stand when faced with pressure.

In this show, guest Yonason Goldson shares with Judith Germain how utilising your ethics takes courage and that having a company that allows its employees to operate from an ethical stand point is a strategic advantage. There is a fallacy to believe that we can’t afford to be ethical.

The basic definition of ethics vs. morality Why ethics scares people The fallacy of thinking we can’t afford to be ethical Why constructive disagreement is essential to ethical thinking Ethics as a mindset vs. compliance laws

Maverick Leaders see everyone as peers which means that when they are communicating they seek first to understand rather than being understood. Once they understand, they will seek to ensure that they are understood. For Jeannie Moravits Smith that means being an engaged listener.

In this radio show Jeannie really explains what this is, how you can ensure it happens and the benefit for your employees.

Yonason Goldson on radio!

Yonason is the director of Ethical Imperatives, LLC, and works with leaders to create a culture of ethics that builds trust, sparks initiative, and drives productivity. He’s a keynote and TEDx speaker, trainer, coach, and community rabbi, as well as a podcast host, repentant hitchhiker, world traveler, and retired high school teacher in St. Louis. He’s published hundreds of articles applying ancient rabbinic wisdom to the challenges of the modern secular world, and six books, most recently “Grappling with the Gray: an ethical handbook for personal success and business prosperity.”

He joins Judith Germain on The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio this week to discuss how key it is to be a leader that actually communicates rather than one that just talks!

Yonason poses some insightful questions for Judith to answer, listen in and tell us what you think!

The strategic advantage that ethics give.

Listen to Jeannie on The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio at the following times this week:

UK Show Times (GMT)

  • 12 Noon – Mon, Wed, Fri
  • 9 am – Thursday
  • 8 am – Saturday

US Show Times (CST)

  • 12 Noon – Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sat
  • 10 am Wednesday
  • 9 pm – Monday
  • 7 pm – Tuesday, Thursday

This fascinating conversation with Yonason will be permanently available on The Maverick Paradox Podcast from 10 December 2021.

Judith Germainhttps://www.maverickparadox.co.uk/
Judith Germain is the Founder of the Maverick Paradox and Editor of The Maverick Paradox Magazine and Host of the Maverick Paradox Podcast. She has been defining Mavericks as wilfully independent people since 2005. She equips Maverick Leaders to change the world we work in, and improve their impact and influence. Maverick Leaders can be found running their own business or working within their own. Whilst not everyone has a Maverick personality, you can learn how to be an effective Maverick Leader. This is why Judith enjoys working with maverick leaders and helping organisations develop their leadership cadre. She believes that life is a wonderful game and maverick behaviour when harnessed has the power to change the world into a better place. She is the Author of The Maverick Paradox: The Secret Power Behind Successful Leaders and the podcast host of The Maverick Paradox Podcast. Judith is a consultant, trainer, mentor, author and speaker. Click the contact us button to find out more.


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