Where social media can damage an organisation’s reputation overnight, business leaders must embrace ethical leadership and transparency in their strategic planning. In doing so, they give themselves a competitive edge, protect their brand and maintain market position.
Consumers are well informed, have wider choice and increasingly demand products that are ethically manufactured. Consumers, employees and suppliers no longer wish to work for organisations that pollute the environment or abuse people
Ethical Futures is a quarterly publication, introducing business and thought leaders who provide the tools, strategies and techniques to embrace ethical leadership in today’s organisations. Essential reading for senior executives in large corporations as well as small-to-medium businesses.
Published by Communicate 31, a communications consultancy that specialises in conscious and collaborative leadership, each issue features engaging interviews, profiles, columns and articles exploring practical solutions to ethical issues in the workplace.