Monthly Archives: November, 2018

Modified Ethics for the Common Good

Modified Ethics for the Common Good by Stephen Hudak Modified Ethics Sheila Murray Bethel writes “when standards and performance do not match, when they do not send a clear sound, we lack authenticity, confuse our followers, and set bad examples” (Bethel 128); to do otherwise destroys relationships, devours trust, and loses supporters.  It is said that the …

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Fourscore and Several Priorities Later…

Fourscore and Several Priorities Later… by Stephen Hudak Live to Work…Not Work to Live “Work can provide [a] purpose and is increasingly it is where men and women seek it.  It is where we hope to gain much of our satisfaction from life.  Work has become a place where we seek meaning and identity” (Kouzes 158). Say …

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Speak About

Speak About by Stephen Hudak   “Speak about others as if they are present.[1]”  Wow!  Stephen M.R. Covey has just solved about 90% of trust issues.  Gossip.  Water cooler talk. Text.  Email.  Social media.  Would we say, write, some of the things we have if the other person were right in front of us?  Doubtful.  …

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#Listen

Listen to Understand Millennials (and Others) by Stephen Hudak One of Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits is “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.”  In a Forbes online article, Frances McIntosh wrote[1]: By creating an environment where we listen to understand, we create a space where people feel safe to share more freely (and often …

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