Getting Ethics to Work is a podcast that tackles those tricky dilemmas you face everyday at work. Whether you’re a twenty-year veteran of your company or an entry-level employee, you’ll experience conflict at work. And while trouble might seem like it’s caused by organizational or managerial differences, many of those disagreements actually boil down to a tension over values. Getting Ethics to Work gives listeners the tools they need to handle workplace dilemmas and recognize complicated moral issues in what might seem like mundane cases. We help leaders strategize for difficult conversations about ethical issues and be adaptive to moral challenges in the workplace.
Summer Hiatus – We’ll Return Soon!
We're going on a little break to soak up the summer sun and create more ethics workplace shows for you. We will be back with our regularly-scheduled programming on July 27, 2021.
Send us your questions!
Many of our favorite episodes come from listener questions and we want to hear from you too! Please send your stories, questions, and topics to firstname.lastname@example.org and you might hear us try to get ethics to work for your situation in our upcoming episodes.
Inner Thoughts: Moral Frameworks Series
We're looking behind the scenes and discussing one of the major moral frameworks that Andy uses to think through moral cases: inner thoughts. Today, he and Kate discuss inner thoughts and intentions.
Working in a World of BS
We've all experienced some level of b******t on the job. As Andy explains, b******t is an issue that deserves to be taken seriously. On today's episode of Getting Ethics to Work, Andy and Kate discuss b******t and its relationship to truth.
Consequences: Moral Frameworks Series
Andy and Kate discuss one of the major moral frameworks that Andy uses to think through moral cases: consequences and consequentialism.
Biases in the Workplace with Itamar Shatz
Itamar Shatz joins Andy on this episode of Getting Ethics to Work to discuss cognitive biases in the workplace and how we might avoid them.
If you like Ask a Manager, you’ll like this!
This is a great podcast if you question the ideals of professionalism and want to explore the ethical underpinnings behind behavioral choices you might have to make in the workplace. And it sounds great—Kate Berry is as smart a producer as she is a co-host!
Ethics you say?
Given the huge amount of information-and lawsuits- against AirBNB, both concerning the customers and the communities in which they flaunt laws, listening to a podcast that purports to be about ethics while allowing the ‘Chief Ethicist’ for AirBNB to market a book is a bit much.