Why It's Hard To Be Good
Al Gini's latest book surveys the landscape of ethical speed bumps and crash sites with his customary charm, verve and insight. Why It's Hard To Be Good is a creative expos of the many reasons smart people do bad things. Steve Priest, Founder, Ethical Leadership Group
Don't just read this book. Use it. Use it to challenge yourself and others with honesty, compassion, and humor, just as Gini does. John W. Dienhart, The Frank Shrontz Chair for Professional Ethics, Seattle University and author of Business, Institutions, and Ethics
Why It's Hard To Be Good sets a new standard for clear and funny thinking. A master writer and astute observer of human behavior and culture, Gini has written yet another terrific and enriching book. You won't be able to put it down. John Eckberg, author of The Success Effect and business/workplace reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer
It isn't easy to be good. Al Gini - at home both in philosophy and the corporate boardroom - speaks here in an engagingly direct voice about why we have so much trouble doing the right thing in life - at home, with family or strangers, and at work. Businesses struggle with ethical issues every day, and so do ordinary people. But Read More chevron_right
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