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What If Ethical Business Culture Could Save America?

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What If Ethical Business Culture Could Save America?
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Ethical business cultures go far beyond improving the bottom line: they help bring people closer together and strengthen society itself. And in a time of ongoing culture war, ethical business culture might just be the only thing that can create a better society for everyone…and even save America from tearing itself apart. To discuss this is Tim Fort, Professor of Business Law & Ethics at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Tim’s primary research interest concerns how ethical business conduct can foster sustainable peace, and for more than 20 years, he has examined how business institutions can help to create a more harmonious society. He is a prolific author, including the award-winning book, The Diplomat in the Corner Office.

  • How businesses provide a unique opportunity for people to come together and find common ground
  • The special opportunity managers have to be a cultural force for good
  • Why great ethical cultures do more than simply strengthen a business’s social license to operate
  • How corporate leaders can create common ground and foster mutual respect during the upcoming U.S. Presidential election