Integrity, Ethics, Morality: Insights & Lessons for Leaders!
Morality and Ethics don’t just belong in Moral Science Classes!
They are crucial for today’s Leaders and Managers. Surveys reveal that they are often considered the most important quality for a Leader or Executive!
This Course aims to give you a very deep and comprehensive look at Ethics and Morality, with lessons and insights from Psychology, Archeology, History, Evolution and Anthropology.
We will look at what constitutes morality or ethical behaviour, what are the similarities and differences across cultures, and what are the various parameters that affect people’s integrity and moral behaviour.
This Course is not an easy-to-breeze-through one, it covers serious and involved concepts from History, Psychology, Evolution and Philosophy. But it will be entertaining, and very insightful 🙂
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An Introduction to the Course, and what it covers.
Introduction to me, your Instructor, and to Leadership Psychology.
Some Trends, over time ...
Just a Checkpoint!
Are there any Universal Moral Principles? What are they?
Did Morality Evolve? How? And why?
Checkpoint 2 - Quiz
Cultural Differences and Dimensions
Comparison between Countries on Cultural Dimensions - Part 1
Comparisons of Cultural Dimensions for the Workplace
Cultural Differences - Some Grave Implications, a Case Study.
Cultural Differences, some more implications. Another Case Study.
Cultural Differences, Conclusion
The Good, Bad and Ugly
Amazing Good Deeds!
Conditionally Good Deeds!
The Ugly - Part 1. Horrors from Human History.
The Ugly - Part 2. History Horrors.
Hope you are enjoying the Course so far!
The Ugly - Part 3, of the Horrors of History
The Ugly - Part 4, and some Patterns
The Situation, Context, or Environment
The Effect of the Situation - Part 1
The Effect of the Situation - Part 2, with a Case Study!
Chimps, Bonobos and Humans, Part 1
Chimps, Bonobos and Humans, Part 2
Philosophy and Game Theory Concepts for Integrity, Morality and Ethics
The Trolley Problem, and its Implications
The Prisoner's Dilemma and Morality
The Tragedy of the Commons
Emotions, and Moral Behaviour
Empathy, and Disgust
Details on some of the Social Emotions, and how they affect judgement and behaviour.
Some Lessons and Applications for the Workplace
Some Learnings and Applications - Part 1
Some Learnings and Applications - Part 2
Credits, My other Courses, exciting Discount Coupons, and my FB Group, FB Page, Youtube channel etc.
The attached PDF Article has all the Discount Links!