About Bruce Weinstein, Ph.D.

Business ethics and leadership keynote speaker Dr. Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy, works with organizations that want to do the right thing every time and that know the key to success is the high character of their employees. He writes about ethics, character, and leadership for Fortune, and his latest books are "The Good Ones: Ten Crucial Qualities of High-Character Employees," "Ethical Intelligence" and "Is It Still Cheating If I Don't Get Caught?" What's your ethics IQ? Find out here: Click here to take the ethics quiz.
3 07, 2013

10 Seinfeld Spin-Offs

By | July 3rd, 2013|Ethics in the News|Comments Off on 10 Seinfeld Spin-Offs

Leave it to Jerry Seinfeld to create something fresh and funny about three things you don’t normally think of together. His Internet show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, is a well-deserved hit, and the second season features such luminaries as Sarah Silverman, David Letterman, and Don Rickles. Each short episode is a lighthearted attempt to answer a serious question: what makes something funny? […]

2 07, 2013

Contest!

By | July 2nd, 2013|Ethics in the News|Comments Off on Contest!

Match each quotation below with the film or TV show it’s from. The first person with all of the correct answers wins an audiobook! […]

26 06, 2013

Tony Soprano: Role Model

By | June 26th, 2013|Ethics in the News|Comments Off on Tony Soprano: Role Model

How is it possible that the ultra-violent gangster Tony Soprano can be considered a role model? Read this.

20 06, 2013

Ethics vs. Morality

By | June 20th, 2013|Ethics in the News|6 Comments

Is there a difference between morality and ethics? Not historically. In fact, the word “morality” comes from moralis, a Latin word that Cicero coined as a translation of the Greek word ethikos, which is the origin of the term “ethics.” Thus “morality” is to “ethics” what chapeau is to “hat” or caliente is to “hot.” […]

27 05, 2013

Memorial Day

By | May 27th, 2013|Ethics in the News|Comments Off on Memorial Day

Thank you to the brave men and woman who have served--and continue to serve--our country so valiantly. I admire and respect your courage and commitment.