What is Ethics?
Ethical behaviour is generally considered conduct that reflects the moral, amoral, or immoral values held by individuals within workplaces, families, communities, management, or even governments. These moral values are typically unconscious ideals that each individual holds, that form the foundation of what we believe to be ethical, unethical. When we talk about ethics, we not talking just about values, more specifically, we are talking about moral values. These are values that are generally accepted as being socially acceptable values for the functioning of a group of people, regardless of size, location, or demographic.
Unethical leadership issues
To gain a better understanding of what is ethical, we need to explore what is commonly considered unethical. Some of common and emergent ethical issues in our contemporary marketplace include the following:
Ilsé Strauss is the founder of PurposeSYNC and is an Organisational Leadership Consultant specialising in behavioural ethics. Ilsé has a degree in Legal Studies & International Politics and is currently completing her Master’s at Murdoch University in the School of Business & Psychology. Ilsé works closely with senior leaders in a range of industries including Government, Professional Services, and Not for Profits. If she is not meanering the hills of Perth with her husband and three kids, she is consulting, researching, and establishing community relationships to promote good leadership.
Seminars & Workshops
Ilsé regularly speaks at Management Roundtables, Organisational Ethics programs and Personal Growth events.
llsé is a superlative communicator, with a deep understanding of what really drives success. I was very grateful for the intensive preparation that she put into her work with the Rotary Club of Perth. Thank you!