Finding common ground begins with understanding the moral foundations that motivate other people.
Featured Thought Leadership
Leaders are missing out when they fail to say "Thank you."
Your integrity is an asset. But it may cause your employees to feel that they can't speak up about what matters most. Here’s how to maintain your principles without silencing others.
Why does lying become easier and easier? Ask your amygdala.
By providing opportunities opportunities for learning, you can help your workforce become future proof and more ethical at the same time.
Asking "What could I do?" can shift you toward more creative, insightful solutions for your toughest ethical dilemmas.
When we consider one option at a time, we are more likely to make unethical decisions and fall prey to stereotypes. Placing options side-by-side prompts the reflective thinking needed to avoid these dangers.
Many of us fall prey to the illusion that we're morally superior to others. But a healthy dose of humility can help us become better, kinder people.
Your ability to see a vivid picture of your future self can help you make the right decision under pressure.
Why do people do the right thing?
At the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership, we believe that ethics can drive the business world forward. We aim to understand how ethical behavior is generated in work contexts. By connecting academic and business thought leaders to explore character ethics, we create and disseminate content that is forward-looking, pragmatic, and provocative.
Collaboration with Ethical Systems
Our behavioral science one-sheets, developed in collaboration with Ethical Systems, are designed to connect behavioral science concepts to daily workflow and organizational cultures. We use simple language and concrete examples about how to apply behavioral science concepts in practice. We have added a creative commons license to allow you and your organization to use these one-sheets in a variety of ways, including:
- Handouts to team members
- Posting in common areas
- Including in new-hire packages
- Incorporating into training seminars
- Executive coaching programs