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Navigating the workplace can be tricky, especially when you’re aware of the politics and unethical behavior that is taking place within your organization. Chances are, you’re almost too aware of how little your company’s values are reflected within the workplace. Surveys show that more than 40% of employees report seeing ethical misconduct at work, and most fail to report it—killing office morale and allowing the wrong people to set the example.
This is what encouraged my friend, G. Richard Shell to write his new book, The Conscience Code. He provides expert guidance and advice to help you stand up for core values such as honesty, personal dignity, fairness, and justice, especially when the pressure is on to look the other way. With the steps provided in this book, you can help make a difference and show that integrity and accountability in your workplace matters, thus encouraging others to do the same.
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You’re most likely aware of your company’s values, but are you aware of the ways that your company reflects those values? Unfortunately it’s become easier to spot the ways that businesses act poorly rather than the ways that they’re honest and held accountable.
It’s certainly become difficult to find a value-based workplace, nonetheless to thrive in one. I know people like myself who have experienced this in their career, and it’s caused a lot of regret and discouragement. In his new book, The Conscience Code, my friend G. Richard Shell helps point readers to a better path: recognizing that work conflicts are coming, learning to spot them, then following a research-based, step-by-step approach for resolving them skillfully. By committing to the Code, you can replace regret with long-term career success as a leader of conscience. And in doing this, you’ll be an example to others within your workplace.
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