Are You Ethically Fit?

Lear Jr, George
March 2004
Nuclear Plant Journal;Mar-Apr2004, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p45
Trade Publication
Focuses on the concept of ethical fitness within the technical community. Moral obligation of an individual; In-depth exploration of values and validation of ethical basis in leadership courses; Tactical implementation of ethical values.


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