Tag: Professionalism

Professionalism: Thorough, Accountable & Reliable – Part 2

Being accountable means being able to answer for your actions, but not necessarily being responsible for them. Similarly, accountability is something you hold a person to only AFTER a task is or isn’t done. Responsibility occurs before and/or after a task, and is ongoing. Responsibility can also be shared while accountability cannot. The many experiences throughout […]

Written by on August 16, 2016

There’s No Such Thing as Business Ethics

One of the current buzz words in the business world is “business ethics” or “corporate ethics”.  My assertion is that there is no such thing as business ethics or corporate ethics.  The term business ethics implies that there are ethics in the business world and ethics outside the business world, assuming that people act one way […]

Written by on March 8, 2016

Professionalism: Thorough, Accountable & Reliable – Part 1

When in need of a licensed professional, you seek out those on whom you can implicitly rely, that have the requisite experience and expertise, as well as references, to help you resolve your current challenge. Looking for a “subject matter” expert means searching for someone who is at the top of their game. Through a […]

Written by on November 15, 2015