3 ways knowing how to break the rules makes you a better leader
from By: Catherine Iste (commentary)
The best part of any ethics class I teach — for me at least — is telling the students to try to get away with something. The assignment asks them to pick an ethical dilemma previously presented by one of their classmates and then, in as much detail as possible, explain how they would work around the rules to accomplish the desired, unethical outcome. While the activities vary, there is one thing that is consistent at every school and in any class: my best students are also the best at breaking the rules. Here are three ways knowing how to break the rules also makes you a better leader.
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