Corporate Accountability today is a very hot topic. Subject of many of the popular television shows and movies seem to have taken a close look at various scenarios of corporate power, greed and the general misbehaviour of corporations.
Many students of business take a class or two about being a good corporate neighbour, but what does that really mean. Like most things, it is subjective and therefore means something different to every person you ask.
Corporate accountability follows a person’s accountability and those without a “good” moral compass will often look to the bottom line of their personal or corporate desire for more.
If a person does not have a good moral compass, how can this person be expected to be an advocate of Corporate Accountability. Do remember by the way, the way you or I would think of a “good” moral compass is not the same as the person next to you, no matter how much you would like to think it is.
Many of the politicians in the spotlight over the history of humanity, as well as of late, leave little to the imagination of their personal moral compass.
That being said, one can be certain that regardless of which leader, whether in the spotlight, or behind the scenes, can justify their actions.
You can speak to any mass-murderer or advocate of genocide, and you can be sure they have a good reason for what they did, or wanted to do and they will also believe they are, or at least were, doing the right thing at the time.
People do get lost.
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Global Corporate Accountability is the key but it starts in every village, town, city, territory and country.
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Hi, my name is Avie and I am very interested in being an advocate of Personal and Corporate Accountability. We all have a place in this world and no one has the right to trample over others on their way through life, yet that happens everywhere, every day.
I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to travel and see many places in the world and it is beautiful – but at the same time, I have see many places where Corporate and Private entities have left me in tears when I have seen the Cruelty and Dispassionate nature of some.
Being one person, I cannot do a lot, but working together, we can change the world.
Would you like to join me in the attempt?
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