Tag Archives: New York Times

A Brain on Ethics

You don’t have to be the sharpest knife in the drawer to spot our culture wiring daily for legal behavior that short-circuits ethics. The cost of fast talking lawyers who lie for money or prestige – and win – comes with additional price tags of abuse that goes beyond historic expenditure.

Expect to Bypass Bullies and Cynics at Work

Susan Boyle  shut down because of bullies in her youth.  New York Times tells us bullies and cynics are on the rise. Any stomped out innovation because of cynics or bullies where you work? Sometimes we tend to take cynicism, rage and intimidation of bullies in stride. Other times, we… Read more »