Integrity represents one of the great opportunities for HR in the coming decade. That’s according to Anna Bernasek, author of the Economics of Integrity.
Since the essence of HR management is relationships between people, you begin to see how HR has a huge opportunity to cultivate trust and increase the company’s stock of integrity.
Hear Anna explain how integrity is the real creator of value in our economy. Not integrity as a personal quality, but the integrity of relationships. Relationships of trust are any corporation’s most important asset—they’re the most reliable way to generate wealth and build value over the long run.
Listen to the latest Chequed HR Thought Leader Interview to find out:
- The three tools HR can use to foster integrity
- Why many rules and policies decrease trust
- How integrity helps a company increase the bottom line
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About Anna Bernasek
Anna Bernasek’s writing about finance and the economy has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, the International Herald Tribune, Fortune, TIME, The Huffington Post, Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald newspaper and the Australian Financial Review. She has commented on economics as a guest on broadcast media including CNN, CNBC, public television and National Public Radio. Her first book, The Economics of Integrity, was published in February 2010 by Harper Collins. She has been interviewed widely about The Economics of Integrity by publications such as TIME, US News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review and by radio networks and bloggers across the United States, Europe and Australia. She has also presented her work at conferences including the annual meeting of the Business Council, The Harper Studio/Vanity Fair ReSet Business Forum, the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association summit and the NRC Focus seminar in Amsterdam. Bernasek writes an economics blog under her own name and is working on her second book.
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