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United Nations Global Compact Annual Letter 2018

CEO & Executive Director, UN Global Compact New York, United States of America I am writing to thank you for your support of the United Nations Global Compact, and to ask you to embrace our next leadership

Landmark EU agreement sets new global standard for company ownership transparency

This past Wednesday night, EU negotiators holed up in a meeting room in Strasbourg for over 10 hours, until 2 a.m., to thrash out the final deal for the 5th EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive. This afternoon the final

A History of Business Ethics

Richard T. De George The term ‘business ethics’ is used in a lot of different ways, and the history of business ethics will vary depending on how one conceives of the object under discussion. The history will

Looking for leadership guidance in classic philosophy

With critical distance, you gain perspective on who you are and what kind of leader you can become, writes Nathan Harter Some people contend that authentic leadership is more ethical and compelling. Authenticity depends on aligning what

What are the most important leadership competencies?

Please take a moment for our new Twitter poll! What are the most important #leadership competencies?#leaders#polls#HR#career#skills#management#influence#ATSocialMedia#success — IBSO (@Interstandards) May 5, 2017

Don’t Wait to Lead

Seven ways to become an organic leader What is one thing you don’t need to be a leader?  Written permission from your company. Traditional hierarchy leadership models serve an important purpose; they clearly identify managers and create

How to make good things right and right things good

An interview with the author and a leading advocate for ethics and values in business Frank C. Bucaro about his new book The Trust Puzzle: How to Keep Your Company on the Ethical High Road. Thank you

Joining the IBSO

I am really pleased to announce that Ethically Clothed has joined the IBSO – the International Business Standards Organisation. Why have I chosen to do this? Well it comes down to wanting to have set standards to

The 5 greatest examples of change management in business history

Change can be the foundation of competitive advantage but, to be effective, a change management programme must identify areas of potential conflict, address the needs of everyone in the organisation and, crucially, bridge the gap between the