whistleblowers

Artful Paltering – using truthful statements to mislead others

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gq7Lf2SzM6M Referring to his relationship with Monica Lewinsky, U.S. President Bill Clinton claimed “there is not a sexual relationship.” The Starr Commission later discovered that there “had been” a sexual relationship, but that it had ended months before Clinton’s interview with Jim Lehrer. During the interview, Clinton made a [...]

September 8th, 2021|

Every Relationship begins with a Conversation, which invokes the ‘liking gap’ in Groups and Teams

Ever been in a situation where, despite your efforts, a baby ends up howling hysterically when you speak and coo to it?  Awkward right?  Watch .13 seconds of real world awkwardness below: […]

January 5th, 2021|

Where Does Conflict Within Teams Originate?

Think of a time that you experienced conflict when working in a team (e.g., Work team, your student organisations, sports team, class teams, etc.) and describe the life of that conflict—what was the conflict about? How did it start, evolve, and finish? How many team members were involved when the [...]

November 30th, 2020|

Understanding ESG ratings to add the Whistleblowing Matrix as an Attribute

Click on the video below to access a two minute video to explore if you're a marshmallow or acorn thinker. http://youtube.com/watch?v=tquWQrf5uSo&t=41s ESG (Environment, Social Concerns, Governance) ratings are increasingly influencing financial decisions, with potentially far-reaching effects on asset prices and corporate policies.  Investors with over $80 trillion in combined [...]

September 9th, 2020|

Breaking the mould: ESG as an Informational Function to Speaking Up in the Public Interest

We are in the midst of a regulatory arms race to rein in corporate power. Milton Friedman entered the stage during a slump in the economy in the 1970s, an ideal moment for him to influence the deregulation of the Reagan Era. Today, we find ourselves at another inflection point. [...]

August 5th, 2020|