Bruce Weinstein is a Fortune columnist, a professional ethicist and an expert in leadership.
Bruce helps businesses around the world hire high-character people, and he shows leaders how to make decisions that are consistent with their values, which strengthens relationships with clients, enhances business, and promotes positive word-of-mouth. Bruce writes a weekly column on ethics, character, and leadership for Fortune magazine online, and is the author of 8 books.
He has presented to over 300 leading organizations around the world, he holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and ethics from one of the top schools in the country, and he is a graduate of one of the country’s most prestigious leadership programs, the W.K. Kellogg National Fellowship.
You’ve seen him on CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, The Today Show, and Good Morning America. You’ve read his columns in Fortune, Bloomberg Businessweek, and the Huffington Post.
Now, when you want to bring an exciting, memorable, and interactive presentation to your group, Dr. Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy, is here to make you shine
That was the best ethics presentation I’ve ever seen!
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John Levy, CEO of Board Advisory Services, gives a testimonial about corporate trainer and keynote speaker Dr. Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy.
The Home Depot, the National Football League, Northrop Grumman, the National Business Aviation Association, the Mechanical Contractors Association of America, the South Carolina National Guard, and the National Association of College and University Business Officers have been among Bruce’s 300+ clients.
Through enlightening, inspiring, and entertaining presentations, Bruce Weinstein helps organizations hire and promote people of high character. He is President and CEO of The Ethics Guy LLC, and among his eight books are Ethical Intelligence and The Good Ones: Ten Crucial Qualities of High-Character Employees.
Bruce’s signature keynote speeches and workshops include:
As The Ethics Guy®, Bruce has discussed ethical issues in business and the news on NBC’s Today, ABC’s Good Morning America, CNBC’s Fast Money and Power Lunch, Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor, and a wide range of programs on CNN. His writings on ethics and character have appeared in The New York Times, Bloomberg Business, Investor’s Business Daily, Huffington Post Business, USA Today, and the in-flight magazines of many airlines.
He received a BA in philosophy from Swarthmore College and an MA and PhD in philosophy with a concentration in bioethics from Georgetown University and the Kennedy Institute of Ethics. The W. K. Kellogg Foundation in Battle Creek, Michigan awarded Bruce a National Fellowship in leadership development.
A fun, fast-moving, and interactive game show about ethics starring YOUR employees!
Based on TV’s Family Feud
Ten Crucial Qualities of High-Character Employees
The best employees are not merely knowledgeable or skilled. They’re also people of high character.
“The Good Ones” may be the most valuable presentation you’ll ever attend, because at stake is the financial well-being of the company, the relationships you have with clients, and your reputation as leader of integrity.
Through this highly interactive and entertaining program, you will:
FOR HALF-DAY AND FULL-DAY PRESENTATIONS
Help your managers learn how to hire and promote high-character people!
Make the most of Bruce’s visit—and save money—by scheduling half- or full-day presentations based on his new book, The Good Ones: Ten Crucial Qualities of High-Character Employees.
The ten crucial qualities of high-character people are:
Your managers will get specific questions they can use to evaluate these qualities in job applicants and current employees, True stories, smallgroup discussions, one-on-one exercises, and other engaging activities make this one of the most entertaining, enlightening, and inspiring sessions you will find.
And employees will learn specific things they can do to remain in good standing and move up in the company.
Five Principles for Untangling Your Toughest Problems at Work and Beyond
You wake up one morning with the flu. Would you go to work or stay home and rest?
Jane has a terrible work ethic. You’ve talked with her several times, but the problem continues. Last month you fired another employee who slacked off on the job, but Jane is the daughter of a friend of yours. Would you fire Jane? Give her one more chance? Talk with your friend?
A colleague drives you to lunch and begins checking his smartphone while you’re at a stop light. The light changes to green, and your friend continues to read his phone but begins driving. Would you say something or mind your own business?
We often find ourselves asking, “What’s the right thing to do in this situation?,” but when the stakes are high, our emotions can get in the way of thinking clearly and making the best choices.
The principles that help you make the right decisions at work are the same principles that apply in your personal life, too—and they also form the basis of your organization’s code of conduct for employees.
Dr. Weinstein begins this fun and highly interactive presentation with a quiz tailored to the needs of employees and managers. He then presents the five principles of ethical intelligence, shows how to apply these principles in daily life, and concludes with a powerful call to action.
Who knew an ethics presention could be so much fun—and inspiring?