Street-Smart Ethics by Clinton W. McLemore
Succeeding in Business without Selling Your Soul

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Success, as it is currently defined, usually depends on winning--beating the competition--which often places incredible pressures on business professionals. With engaging writing and a lack of jargon, this book navigates executives, managers, and supervisors through the ethical decisions they must make every day. Street-Smart Ethics is divided into three sections: a primer on ethics, a collection of Proverbs-based guidelines for staying out of trouble, and a self-test that contains true-false questions and ethical brainteasers.


About Clinton W. McLemore

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Clinton W. McLemore is an organizational psychologist and President and Founder of Relational Dynamics, Inc.
Published February 28, 2003 by Westminster John Knox Press. 204 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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