The 5 P’s of Ethical Decision Making – Part IV
By: Rick Boxx
November 8, 2012
Lee Strobel highlighted in a talk at Woodmen Valley Chapel the 5 P’s of Ethical Decision Making. The fourth P is People. When you’re faced with a tough decision, don’t make it in a vacuum.
Involving wise people in your ethical decisions has many benefits including providing good counsel, forcing you to be transparent, and adding some built in accountability.
For years, I led a small group of CEOs. Frequently, regardless of the issue, someone in the room had past experiences that led to a wise decision.
Proverbs 15:22 teaches, “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.”
Being a leader can be lonely at times, but it doesn’t have to be. When faced with a challenging ethical decision involve wise people in your decision.
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