Protected Values: Context or Character

Protected Values: Context or Character

Protected Values Meet Alexander Wagner. He studies human ethical behaviour. In his tedtalk he wonders why people behave in a trustworthy way, even when they cannot get caught cheating. So there are values that resist trade-offs with other values, particularly economic values.

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is a specialist in people strategies, leadership and organizational development. He has gathered international experience with Henkel, Alcatel, Case New Holland, Securex and the University of Ghent. As an author he has published on Sustainable Leadership, Customzed Work, Health Management and Learning. He's also an avid blogger and key note speaker.

Ethics: does winning make you dishonest?

Ethics: does winning make you dishonest?

Ethics in a competitive Market Ethics in business is important. In our competitive economy winning is important as well. And we all know there is friction between the urge to win and the need to stay ethical. But what if not the

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is a specialist in people strategies, leadership and organizational development. He has gathered international experience with Henkel, Alcatel, Case New Holland, Securex and the University of Ghent. As an author he has published on Sustainable Leadership, Customzed Work, Health Management and Learning. He's also an avid blogger and key note speaker.

Fear and faith, excellent Allies.

Fear and faith, excellent Allies.

Tough social times Belgium is going through tough social times. November and December have been particularly intense in terms of manifestations and strikes. And it may not be over yet. Union leaders say that people are very worried and afraid

Karl Van Hoey

Karl Van Hoey

Karl is Senior Consultant and Certified Coach (PCC) @talentogrow, specialized in transforming leaders and leading transformations. He stimulates contexts for collaboration, as a key condition for excellent performance. He is an hrchitect and social media networker.

The two basic questions of decision-making

The two basic questions of decision-making

In business there are two golden rules that help you to keep a straight line during your career. As a business leader one might be tempted to take decisions that are in violation with personal values or ethical standards. Throughout

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is a specialist in people strategies, leadership and organizational development. He has gathered international experience with Henkel, Alcatel, Case New Holland, Securex and the University of Ghent. As an author he has published on Sustainable Leadership, Customzed Work, Health Management and Learning. He's also an avid blogger and key note speaker.