By Linda Fisher Thornton
We are expected to make ethical decisions in a rapidly changing global society, where there is increasing awareness of what “ethical” means. The question of where ethics is headed has been the focus of my research over the last four years.
I have learned that to be considered ethical, we must consider more constituents, honor more dimensions of ethics, and lead ethically through higher levels of complexity. How do we prepare for that? We reach higher and think longer-term.
Aim Higher and Farther Ahead
Strategies that may have worked in ethics five years ago will not help us now. To succeed, we need to broaden our worldview and expand the scope of what we consider to be “ethical territory.”
We need to aim higher than legal requirements, in the direction that ethical expectations are moving, so that we can avoid falling behind.
To keep up with rapid…
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