Ethical decision making is not an oxymoron

Dafna Eylon  |  Eylon Associates  |  13 October 2021  |   1.00 CE

Many assume there are two kinds of business decision makers - those who are ethical and those who are not. However, most of us are both. Recognising when a business decision has an ethical component, understanding how decision-making biases can lead to ethical pitfalls, as well as when your decisions are not aligned with your own values, enables principled business decision-making and human interaction.

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Dafna Eylon

Dafna Eylon, PhD, is President at Eylon Associates (Israel).

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