March 2009

Stanley Sheinbaum is the epitome of a world citizen. He spoke out forcefully against the Vietnam War and was the defense strategist for Daniel Ellsberg during the Pentagon Papers trial. When a coup in Greece imprisoned his friend, Andreas Papandreou, Sheinbaum took great personal risk … Read More

Ethics Codes

While researching an organization, in preparation for a talk, I discovered that the group had a very strong ethics component in place.  In fact, a recent situation proved that ethics was not only taken seriously, but critical to the credibility of the organization.

This caused … Read More

Fat on a Hot Tin Roof

I don’t think Rush Limbaugh really likes being called an entertainer. What’s wrong with being an entertainer, Rush?  Jay Leno’s an entertainer.  He entertains millions and makes a lot of money doing it, too.  Jerry Seinfeld’s an entertainer and makes a lotmore money doing … Read More

Here’s the Beef – Part II

We are committed to: “Integrity – We will conduct ourselves with integrity in our dealings with and on behalf of the [organization]. “Excellence – We will conscientiously strive for excellence in our work. “Accountability – We will be accountable as individuals and as members Read More

Where’s the Beef?

A college friend looked at the Web site for the first time and concluded, “I like your site, but it takes too long to get to the meat and potatoes.” How about this:  “Do Good!”

Clear, concise and took just thirty-three words to get there.… Read More

As Seen on TV

“If you’ve ever been faced with an uncomfortable challenge, sticky situation, or ethical dilemma, you know how frustrating that can be. “Well, not anymore! Introducing: ETHIX!

“With ETHIX, you can fix any situation in 15-minutes or less! That’s right, ethical conundrums are now a … Read More