07/21/20 – Preserving a Mindset of Real Ethics in a Virtual World, With Yonason Goldson

Filed in Upcoming Episodes on May 10, 2020

What’s the biggest mistake any leader can make?

Believing that you have to choose between being good and being successful.

Is your business about purpose or profit?

Is your company culture about human values or market value?

Do your people work with you or for you?

As an ethical leader, you don’t have to choose. Rabbi Yonason Goldson has spent a lifetime studying and teaching ethics. Joining Adam, he shares his wisdom on preserving the ethical mindset in this new, virtual world.

Discover:

  • What misconceptions make ethics a challenge;
  • How an increasingly virtual culture is affecting our collective awareness of ethical values and principles;
  • What ethical issues have arisen from the current crisis;
  • Practical steps to take if we want to become more ethical;
  • And much more! ​

Imagine replacing distraction, disengagement, and conflict with passion, purpose, and productivity.  

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About This Guest: ()

Yonason Goldson is director of Ethical Imperatives, LLC, teaching business leaders how good ethics is good business and the benefits of intellectual diversity. He’s a keynote speaker, TEDx presenter, and community rabbi, as well as a repentant hitchhiker, recovered circumnavigator, former newspaper columnist, and retired high school teacher in St. Louis. He’s the author of hundreds of articles applying ancient rabbinic wisdom to the challenges of the modern world, and five books including “Proverbial Beauty: Secrets for Success and Happiness from the Wisdom of the Ages.”