There's No Right Way to Do the Wrong Thing
by Christopher Gilbert, Ph.D.
Is there really a solid line between right and wrong?
How do I know that I'm making the right decision?
Do you want to know how to be:
more authentic in your relationships?
more transparent in your organizations?
able to understand how to make the RIGHT decisions that build trust and help us build a better world?
You’ll find answers to these concerns and more as Dr. Chris Gilbert invites readers into an inspirational conversation spiced with an abundance of personal stories, humorous anecdotes, and invaluable guidance about making good choices. Expanding upon his own groundbreaking research in Moral Progressivism and drawing on decades of international consulting experience, Dr. Chris Gilbert's There's No Right Way to Do the Wrong Thing brings a fresh approach to personal integrity and an honesty that empowers a brighter future for us all.
Meet the Author: Christopher Gilbert, Ph.D.
Dr. Christopher Gilbert has been an ethics coach and personal and organizational growth consultant for over two decades. He has mastered the unique and highly individualized processes of moral development, trust-building, and mutual accountability that are the hallmarks of his presentations and trainings worldwide.
As a motivational speaker and author, Chris is known for his informative humor, authenticity, and personalized inspiration. Through his firm, NobleEdge, he accompanies industry professionals, community organizations, and government agencies in ethics training, business conduct, strategic planning and team building processes.
He is also a university professor with over 25 years of teaching experience in colleges on four continents and has pioneered nationally recognized professional development and ethics centers. Chris holds a Ph.D. in Organization and Management specializing in Leadership Ethics, as well as an MBA and a BS in Geology.
Chris and his family reside in the Great Pacific Northwest.
"I have not seen a distinction between morals and ethics as well delineated as in this work. It's a great primer for corporate and individual social responsibility."
Mike Phillips, Board Chairman, Altaira Capital Partners Ltd., London, Retired Chairman and CEO, Russell Investments