Monthly Archives: June 2013

Courage: Is It Time to Stand Up and Be Counted?

Within the MoralDNA™ Profile we question participants about their moral values and our data reveals how different occupations assess their Courage, both at work and within the home. “It is curious that physical courage should be common in the world and moral courage so rare”.  Mark Twain Courage refers to doing consistently what we feel […]

Is politics as morally bankrupt as it seems?

“Politics have no relation to morals” – Niccolo Machiavelli As the lobbying scandal delivers the latest body blow to the public’s trust and confidence in the political system, it seems hard to disagree with Machiavelli’s suggestion that politics have no relation to morals. Examples of such wrongdoing are so prevalent amongst the political elite that […]