Marcy J Maslov

Marcy J Maslov

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Creating a practice arena for solving ethical dilemmas - before they cost you money

Providing a practical, common-sense, fun approach to business ethics, demystifying financial statements, and creating an ethical environment.

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Travels from Phoenix, AZ (US)

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Marcy J Maslov
Marcy J Maslov - Motivational Speaker

Empowerment Unlimited Coaching, LLC

Creating a practice arena for solving ethical dilemmas - before they cost you money

Providing a practical, common-sense, fun approach to business ethics, demystifying financial statements, and creating an ethical environment.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Phoenix, AZ

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Marcy J Maslov

Empowerment Unlimited Coaching, LLC

Creating a practice arena for solving ethical dilemmas - before they cost you money

Providing a practical, common-sense, fun approach to business ethics, demystifying financial statements, and creating an ethical environment.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Phoenix, AZ

For more information about booking Marcy J Maslov,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/MarcyMaslov/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Beware the Square

Do you accept credit cards? If so, pay attention! Here's what happened on Square when an old client fraudulently disputed an old payment!Read More...

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If you have life insurance… do you trust it?

I recently saw a disturbing 60-Minutes segment called “Not Paid”.  Disturbing to me was the lesson that life insurance companies who collect millions of dollars in premiums for death benefits Do Not Pay when a policy holder dies UNLESS the beneficiary specifically contacts the insurance company and makes a claim. WHAT??? Are you kidding??? Huh. Is this an ethical dilemma or what? Apparently this is not a joke, as this is quite common that beneficiaries do not know there is a policy.  The attitude of insurance companies is that these policies are contracts and the beneficiary has to follow the terms of the contract. In other words, they have to read the fine print and make a claim to get their →

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From the mouth of babes…

After a week of violence including police brutality and retaliatory shootings of police, it appears that the young ones understand ethical behavior and the "right" way to do things better than the adults...Read More...

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e-Factor!® turns 9!

Nine years ago today, in the wee hours of the morning, the concept for e-Factor!® was created. When the idea popped into my head and I said a mental “OK, let’s do this”, I had no idea how to create a game or how to deliver workshops. All I knew was that I’d just decided to leave the corporate world for good because of unethical people and situations. I had no earthly idea what was in store for me next. In the beginning, e-Factor!® was just a simple ethics game. It started from a desire to learn from my own experiences and help others avoid the ethical dilemmas I always seemed to find myself dealing with. The game has morphed →

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Companies To Look Up To For Ethics

It’s wonderful to find companies whose ethical business culture shines at all levels.  It is something every business can do with the right training and oversight that leads by example.  There are so m...

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How Character and Ethics Come To Play In Sports

The early formative years is the time in sports that character is built.  Coaches are chosen for their ability to build teams that win, yet ethics of fair play and sportsmanship are important whether on either end of winning or losing.  Sometimes, the first string of starters get blown out of a game.  A coach can keep the sta...

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Will Computer Systems Be Selecting Courses of Actions That Face Ethical Dilemmas?

Computers will face that fork in the road when a decision must be made between one...

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The Reshaping of Youth’s Perspective of Measuring Up

The impressionable years seem to come earlier and carry on into early adulthood.  Those photoshopped bodies showcasing ideal body types plays on the psyche, of how people see themselves and internalize it.  Is it moral to make f...

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Meeting Scheduling – the Bane of My Existence

Meeting Scheduling.  It used to be easy and quick, especially if there’s an automated system involved. But it has become the bane of my existence.  It seems that lately the people I’m scheduling meetings with have needed to reschedule. Sometimes more than once. And the back-and-forth emails to try and find a common date fill multiple pages of my inbox. I’m not sure people understand this, but when someone asks to reschedule a meeting the message they I receive is that I am less important, less valuable, or less respected than some other opportunity that has just come up. I’m sure it’s unintentional, but it is an ethics issue for me.  It’s a lack of respect and integrity. And it’s frustrating ...

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The ethics of humans vs robots

My mom periodically sends me ethics articles.  Today’s article was absolutely unbelievable.  (Thanks, Mom!)  According to a Fox News Article Published 2/14/2016 a Spanish government worker got paid for six years without showing up to the job. He collected an annual salary of $42,000 for supervising the construction of a waste water treatment plant.  The water company building the plant thought the man was a government worker.  And the government thought he was a water company employee. They caught him when he became eligible for an award for 20 years of service.  The man was penalized $30,000 the maximum amount allowable under Spanish law. Aside from the fact that $30,000 is the maximum allowable under Spanish law (wouldn’...

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