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Value refers to how desirable a particular outcome is, the value of the alternative, whether in dollars, satisfaction, or other benefit. The ultimate goal of human decisions is always the satisfaction of the acting man's desire, which is almost always "growth". There is no standard of greater or lesser satisfaction other than individual judgments of "values" and determination of "ranks" among those values. The values and their ranks are dif
Is what you care about really important to you? Will whats important to you still be important to you in the next few days, in the next few months, and for the rest of your life? Come join us as we tackle the question of whats not only important to individuals but what will be important in the future.
Susan Neely is the CEO of the American Beverage Association in Washington, DC. The industry has a direct economic impact of $141.22 billion, provides more than 233,000 jobs and helps to support hundreds of thousands more that depend, in part, on beverage sales for their livelihoods. Join host Michele Woodward as she talks with Susan about how she has brought her values to her role, and the impact she's made leading the association over the last several years.
On the September 4, 2013 episode of Liberal Dan Radio I welcome Jack Marshall to the program. Jack is an ethicist and a lawyer. He is also the president of Pro Ethcis, Ltd and the author of the blog Ethics Alarms.
According to the website:
"Ethics Alarms are the feelings in your gut, the twinges in your conscience, and the sense of caution in your brain when situations involving choices of right and wrong are beginning to develop, fast approaching, or unavoidable. The better your alarms work and the sooner they start sounding, the more likely you are to do the right thing, or at least to use good ethical reasoning to decide what to do. This is a blog that aspires to help keep everyone’s ethics alarms in good working order."
Jack and I will discuss several of the topics that he has brought up on his blog and several others if time permits.
Of course I will also have headlines, tweet of the week, words of redneck wisdom, and more on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.
If you are listening after the live broadcast you may comment on the items discussed on the show at LiberalDan.com.
Join MC Brooks this Wednesday 10/23 as he and his guest Joma Leonard debate hot button ethical quesitons involving college sports. Do athletes deserve compensation for playing? Does the NCAA hold too much power over the lives of college athletes? We discuss these and many more. Be sure to tune in at 8pm EST. You don't want to miss this!
Why a CEO is so important to a company and its stock? CEOs are paid huge sums of money in the eyes of Main Street. Why do firms pay so much? Are CEOs that important? Martha Stokes CMT explains the role of the CEO, his or her importance to the company, the difference between a great CEO and a bad CEO, how the Board of Directors control the CEO, and how the shareholders of the company can force the Board to replace the CEO. CEOs do make or break a company and do impact its stock price.
Learn more about how to judge a CEO’s performance and what to look for when selecting stocks for investments or position trades.
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Core values create the framework from which your organization operates. Join Errol as he discusses why core values are so important in creating customer experiences.
ENVISION THIS: Ethical decisions at any level--ecological, social, or the built environment--must take the whole planetary ecosphere as our base context, because everything exists in relationship to everything else.
Our guest, Warwick Fox, argues in A THEORY OF GENERAL ETHICS: HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS, NATURE, AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT that defending and strengthening the "responsive cohesion" among all things should be our foundational value as we move toward a more resilient, Earth-friendly, and equitable future.