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Ethics is not a course.  Ethics is a culture. Build it into your corporate DNA.
It's easy to think that corporate compliance equates to ethical behavior, but it's also a potential mistake. https://hbr.org/2016/04/corporate-ethics-cant-be-reduced-to-compliance?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=harvardbiz

Types of consults:
  • Ethics training (general ethics, research ethics, leadership)
  • Ethics Committee dilemmas/conflict (protocols, consent forms, risk/safety)
  • Bioethics & technology assessment
  • Dual use technologies
  • Risk mitigation and ethical sensitivity
  • Brand image, recovery strategies
  • Employee coaching



Corporate leaders should be wary of the illusion of ethics in a rules-based environment.  Why?

  • Rules don't address everything
  • Rules can stifle creativity and innovation
  • Important facets of corporate image are unattended
  • Employees are bored with rules, leading to apathy

Your clients want an ethical company.  How do you get there? Become a values-driven company with integrity.   You can start the process with a corporate ethics consultation.  AskTheEthicist, LLC works with all sectors including pharma, medical device, biotech, AI, healthcare, robotics, automotive, aviation, food & beverage, banking & finance, etc.

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