Marcy J Maslov

Marcy J Maslov

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Helping diverse teams work better together ethically

Providing a practical, common-sense, fun approach to learning business ethics, reading financial statements, and solving real-life business problems.

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Marcy J Maslov
Marcy J Maslov - Motivational Speaker

Empowerment Unlimited Coaching, LLC

Helping diverse teams work better together ethically

Providing a practical, common-sense, fun approach to learning business ethics, reading financial statements, and solving real-life business problems.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Phoenix, AZ

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Marcy J Maslov

Empowerment Unlimited Coaching, LLC

Helping diverse teams work better together ethically

Providing a practical, common-sense, fun approach to learning business ethics, reading financial statements, and solving real-life business problems.

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

Honesty’s Big Payday

Out of the mouths of babes sometimes come very wise statements. I think we should listen more to these golden nuggets when they occur. We adults just might learn something of value.   One such pearl of wisdom came from a young girl scout. Her story was on the CBS evening segment “On the Road” by Steve Hartman which aired here in Phoenix on February 17, 2017. 11-year-old Charlotte McCourt wrote a letter to a customer stating that “the Girl Scout Organization can sometimes use false advertising.” Uh-oh, our adult minds might be screaming – she’s making the organization look bad!!! “Not good”, to coin a phrase….!   She was not intentionally trying to harm the Girl Scouts. Instead, she ...

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Turning Ethics Upside Down

In starting my research for this blog post I found a USA Today headline reading “Trump delivers the death blow to ethics.”  Well That’s an Understatement!  Presidential advisers pitching products, releasing fake news, accepting positions for which they have no qualifications or experience, fighting with federal judges, name calling, dismantling laws without considering consequences, brushing off conflicts of interest as irrelevant… Have I missed any???! If this isn’t the death of ethics I don’t know what is.Read More...

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Pop Goes The Weasel

“If money is big enough, why not?” was the response to a 60-minutes investigator who asked Stefano Varjas, an inventor from Budapest, Hungary, about whether he would sell his invention, a motorized bicycle accessory, to clients who intended to cheat in bike races.  (Click here for the segment entitled “Enhancing the Bike” aired 1/29/17.)   The investigator was specifically talking about racers of the Tour de France. And while Varjas would not say if he directly sold the motor to athletes directly, he said cannot say what his clients do with his motor.  He also said he knew racers had used it and he participated in investigations of athletes in both the Tour de France and the Olympics. According to →

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Being Wisely Powerful

As we usher in a new leader, I am compelled to write this article.  It is just bubbling out of me, because I have been witness to a change in our environment where ethics and accountability are taking a back seat to fear and anger and hate. How did this happen, and how do we release the pressure building up? I have visions of the future, and they sometimes include people curled up in little balls, afraid to speak up for fear of being attacked.  In other visions, the future is positive – a change of the guard and a new way of doing things is good.  The thing is, I am puzzled by the lack of accountability people are →Read More...

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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 many ways a small mistake ...

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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 starters in, or ...

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