Given the right circumstances, good people can get caught up in some very bad things. More often than not, psychology is to blame.
When it comes to unethical behavior, good people don’t tend to go right off the deep end like Bernie Madoff or Kenneth Lay. Rather, the mind plays tricks on them, pushing them down the slippery slope of questionable behavior.
“Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.” –C. S. Lewis
Dr. Muel Kaptein, Professor of Business Ethics and Integrity Management at the Rotterdam School of Management, has studied bad behavior for decades. A study he recently published sheds considerable light on what motivates good people to do bad things.
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