Episode 1.47: Today, integrity isn’t just a concern for high-profile organizations - it’s an issue for every organization – and if a company hasn’t determined, developed and communicated its unique code of ethics to its team and to the public at large, that company is missing a critical opportunity to bring out the best in themselves, in their industry and in their community. Today's guest is Rob Chesnut, former Chief Ethics Officer for Airbnb and author of of Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution, and here, he'll explain:
- The shift from "shareholder value" to "stakeholder capital";
- The value of building a custom Code of Ethics, one that reflects the values and culture of the organization;
- How "The Six C's" can help drive integrity into your company's culture; and
- How to avoid "The Top 10 Most Common and Problematic Categories of Ethics Dilemmas"!
"So as a company you can't ignore this. The world is pushing you and forcing you to address these issues. So I think the question is, are you going to be dragged, kicking, and screaming, or are you going to lead, get in front of it? Because if you get this stuff right, it's something that actually drives your business."
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