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 right despite personal risk. It can often mean facing … Continue reading Courage: Is It Time to Stand Up and Be Counted?
At first it may appear a little surprising that ‘hope’ is included on the list of moral values tested within the MoralDNA™ Profile. After all, can someone’s judgment on how full or how empty their metaphorical glass is, impact upon their wider moral outlook and occupation? The answer is, yes it can and does. Hope is the moral value that enables us to believe in … Continue reading Hope: Who Has It? Who Needs It?
“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” Ernest Hemingway What makes someone trustworthy? We trust people every day: the teacher, the policeman, the nurse; a host of acquaintances and complete strangers as we go about our lives and work. But who considers themselves most trustworthy? If we believe that trust is earned before it is given, then … Continue reading “Who should you trust?
What happens when good people go to work? From the shop floor to the boardroom, the factory, office block, studio, café and classroom, through the MoralDNA™ Profile we’re discovering more about who bring brings the milk of human kindness to work in their packed lunch and who leaves their humanity, along with their coat, at the door. Our Ethic of Care helps us distinguish “good” … Continue reading When it Comes to Work, Who Cares?
“Cretans, always liars”, so reckoned Epimenides of Crete in around the 6th century BC. Have the fibbing Cretans changed their habits or are we, as a society, still playing fast and loose with the truth today? In a recent survey by People Management, one third of their poll* of HR professionals believed that they were being told more lies than two or three years ago. … Continue reading All in an Honest Day’s Work