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Intentional integrity : how smart companies can lead an ethical revolution / Robert Chesnut, Chief Ethics Officer, Airbnb ; with Joan O'C. Hamilton.

Chesnut, Robert, (author.). Hamilton, Joan O'C., (contributor.).

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781250239709
  • ISBN: 1250239702
  • Physical Description: viii, 306 pages ; 25 cm
  • Edition: First U.S. edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : St. Martin's Press, an imprint of St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2020.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Spies, jarts, and racism: the roots of coporate culture shocks -- Six Cs: critical steps to fostering integrity in the workplace -- C is for chief: integrity begins at the top -- Who are we? Defining what integrity means to your organization -- What will derail your mission: the 10 most common integrity issues -- Mix it up, blast it out, repeat: communicating the integrity message -- The welcome mat for complaints: a clear and safe reporting process -- When the other shoe drops: creating appropriate consequences for integrity violations -- Check the canaries: monitoring the company culture for signs of trouble -- Dude, you're not just "bad at dating": sexual misconduct in the workplace -- Who you do business with defines you: extending the integrity message to a community -- Conclusion: a superpower for our times.
Summary, etc.:
"Reid Hoffman, co-founder of Linkedin and author of Blitzscaling Silicon Valley expert Robert Chesnut shows that companies that do not think seriously about a crucial element of corporate culture-integrity-are destined to fail ... Defining integrity is difficult. Once understood as "telling the truth and keeping your word," it was about following not just the letter but the spirit of the law. But in a moment when workplaces are becoming more diverse, global, and connected, silence about integrity creates ambiguities about right and wrong that make everyone uncertain, opening the door for the minority of people to rationalize selfish behavior. Trust in most traditional institutions is down-government, religious organizations, and higher education-and there's a dark cloud hovering over technology. But this is precisely where companies come in; as peoples' faith in establishments deteriorates, they're turning to their employer for stability. In Intentional Integrity, Chesnut offers a six-step process for leaders to foster and manage a culture of integrity at work."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Corporate culture.
Organizational behavior.
Corporate culture.
Organizational behavior.