EBOOK or KINDLE Giving Voice to Values AUTHOR Mary C. Gentile
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#compelling to those #to those personalities The book will be most compelling to those in the workforce who have been presented with ethical dilemmas in the past and want tools for handling them effectively Very repetitive and never seems to really get to the point I would not recommend this book for any reason A superb book even though a bit densely packed with advice The dense packing of advice makes it a hard read but the time invested is completely worth itI will revisit this book a second or maybe even a third time to be able to glean its advice and mull over it often Not great Slow start took too long and was too repetitious getting to the point The main points Know what your values are Deliberately articulate them to yourself And then practice speaking to them It gets easier with practice Giving Voice to Values is not just a book but an in depth analysis and consideration of what makes each of us consider what is the right thing to doThis is a book for every single one of us any level. So to ensure that the right things happen The book is inspired by a program Gentile launched at the Aspen Institute with Yale School of Management and now housed at Babson College with pilot programs in over one hundred schools and organizations including INSEAD and MIT Sloan School of ManagementShe explains why past attempts at preparing business leaders to act ethically too often failed arguing that the issue isn’t distinguishing what.
Free read Giving Voice to ValuesOf the organisation and any type of
organisation It provides a template for Every Single One Of single one of to help navigate the complex world It provides a template for every single one of us to help navigate the complex world live in but a world that relies on each of us to give voice to values but now we are not perfect and we all can learn every day Inspiring in that it delivers the concept of living by and voicing values to the doorstep
of every leader personally and professionally The book s premise is that every leader personally and professionally The book s premise is that people do not need a lot of ethics training to help them recognize legal or ethical problems in the workplace What is often needed however is training and guidance to help employees speak out against something that sets off ethical alarms Mary Gentile has developed a training program to address this type of situation and this books distills the basic ideas from that course Although the principles she presents are fairly universal and can be apply to most workplaces she is entirely focused on large corporate business environments It s up to the reader to decide how her ideas can be ported to other work settings. Is right or wrong but nowing how to act on your values despite opposing pressure Through research based advice practical exercises and scripts for handling a wide range of ethical dilemmas Gentile empowers business leaders with the skills to voice and act on their values and align their professional path with their principles Giving Voice to Values is an engaging innovative and useful guide that is essential reading for anyone in business. Gentile works as professor and business consultant She has development an action based system to make it easier for employees and managers
To Speak Up For Their speak up for their and support ethical behavior Why I started thi Excellent book presenting a clear and easy to follow approach to standing up in the face of values based conflicts Lots of good nuggets of wisdom which can be used in future training sessions This book addresses an important gap in discussions of business ethics and social responsibility Most business ethics focus on deciding what the right things is to do offering up an array of philosophical perspectives that can lead to making highly conflicting decisions on the same
Issue But As Gentile Argues But as Gentile argues of us now what we believe is right The difficulty lies in saying it out loud especially when that may entail a risk to our selves or our organization Gentile presents a framework for working ourselves through the process of deciding how to act She deals with issues ranging from addressing all of our rationalizations for not How can you effectively stand up for your values when pressured by your boss customers or shareholders to do the opposite Drawing on actual business experiences as well as on social science research Babson College business educator and consultant Mary Gentile challenges the assumptions about *business ethics at companies and business schools She gives business leaders managers and students the tools not *ethics at companies and business schools She gives business leaders managers and students the tools not to recognize what is right but al.