Integrity@Work: What are the seven moral principles shared by most societies throughout history, and what does this mean for integrity at work?

In his next Integrity@Work blog for Thinkers50, Roger Steare shares recent research on human morality published by anthropologists at Oxford University. He then explores how these insights can help us build and lead cultures of high integrity at work

Moral philosophers like to argue a lot about normative
and descriptive ethics and how each approach helps us to live good lives - or
not!

Normative ethics is the study of how we ought
to behave. For example, we agree that it is wrong to hurt someone just because
they make us . . .

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