If you are a federal employee, similar to being “telework-ready,” in the context of emergency preparedness, you should always be “ethics-ready.”
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Is there a way to practice political savvy and remain true to our ethics and morals? As we encounter situations, we must understand it is not an either/or.
This gift guide is filled with lots of fun and meaningful treats for your hard-working government colleagues that don’t violate the ethics rules.
How can you embrace integrity as a differentiator in your life and within the organization that you serve?
If we do not rise to the occasion and set very specific expectations for the ethics of our systems, then we allow others to do it for us.
Successful AI adoption requires forethought and preparation. Although AI itself requires a culture open to experimentation and learning from mistakes, when it comes to ethics, risk, and compliance, you can’t simply wing it.
This gift guide solves your holiday shopping problems. It’s filled with lots of fun and meaningful treats for your hard-working government colleagues that don’t violate the ethics rules.
Ethical dilemmas constantly challenge public servants, and how they are answered reflects on both individual employees and the governments they work for.
Establishing strong core values will help you and your organization perform better – not to mention avoid an ethics violation, public embarrassment or worse! Here are some ideas of possible core values to help you get started.
The wonderful thing about character and integrity, which are intimately related, is that they are one of the few things in life that no one will ever be able to forcefully take away from you.