What kind of leadership is center stage of the world’s most ethical and successful companies? The pressure to do more and quickly can prompt leaders to take extreme risks and make unethical decisions they might not otherwise take. Especially when the benefits and outcomes of choices are not immediately obvious, even well-meaning leaders are susceptible to choosing the wrong fork in the road. Yet the world’s most ethical companies have delivered a 53 percent return to shareholders since 2005, compared to a four percent loss for the S&P 500 over the same period (Ethisphere 2010). In addition to improving a company’s bottom line, a strong ethics program has shown to lead to increased consumer loyalty, stronger talent retention and regulatory leniency in the event of a transgression. Ethical leadership is prominent in achieving these results. This webcast focuses on the best practices that constitute ethical leadership. Beginning with collaborating to recognize ethical dilemmas, being a champion of quality and service, admitting mistakes and showing courage over ego, you’ll leave with insight about ethics in practice among the world’s most ethical leaders. If your role is leadership, or developing ethical practices in your company, this webcast will help you develop a leadership scorecard so that ethics leads your business.