NobleEdge News & Events
Here are opportunities for you to explore how Christopher Gilbert, Ph.D., Co-founder, Author and Speaker from NobleEdge, is reaching out to inspire transformational conversations about leadership, ethical behavior and how to make better choices that impact your world.
The Mindful Word:
“The 3-Step Moral Ladder: Reclaim your ethics, one choice at a time”
“So much of the quality of our lives is based on truth and selflessness. Imagine what the love of a partner or family member becomes on a diet of lies and selfishness? What about a government based on personal goals rather than representation and the needs of the governed? Ethics are about how far we want to reach out to those around us. Without empathy, ethics are impossible.”
CEO World Magazine:
“The Elusive Fourth 'V' of Corporate Behavior”
“There are great vision, mission and value statements which a majority of companies proudly live up to. It is clear that having a values statement is important. Clearer still however, is the need to move beyond the words and ensure the deeds within a company match those words.”
“On the Precipice: Ethics for a Changed World” a Scott Mason Purpose Highway Broadcast (Part 1)
In this first of a two-part episode, Scott Mason and Christopher Gilbert take us to an in-depth and insightful discussion on the complex topics of morality and ethics. The implications of the discussion range from the personal, the political, and even the societal.
“Putting The United Back Into The United States”
“Research shows that awareness of our capacity for moral progress actually helps us make better choices. It may be a well-worn habit for us to rationalize and excuse our decisions without considering our impact on others.”
WCTC Radio with Tom Gordon interviews author Christopher Gilbert, PhD
“The important ethical issues of today are not found in arguing about which schoolyard bully is the most unethical,” says Gilbert. “That’s the smoke in the moral room. The fire is our misguided belief that ‘good’ people make the good decisions and ‘bad’ people make the unethical ones.
“The Ethics in Job Hunting: Showcasing Your Trustworthiness Throughout the Interview Process”
“The best opportunity anyone has for demonstrating their ethics during an interview is consistently fulfilling the rubric that there is no right way to do the wrong thing. From building your resume, to filling out applications, the foundation of truthfulness is living it.”
First Time Parent Magazine:
“5 Daily Affirmations for a More Ethical New Year”
“Truth be told, making New Year's resolutions doesn't work. Instead of resolutions, decisions solely from our left brain, let's make New Year's AFFIRMATIONS - positive statements that affirm the truth and fuel our emotions to live an ethical life.”
“On the Precipice: Ethics for a Changed World” a Scott Mason Purpose Highway Broadcast (Part 2)
Last episode’s conversation between Christopher Gilbert and Scott Mason continues on this episode, as they take us to an in-depth and insightful discussion on the complex topics of morality and ethics.
The Noble Edge wins 2021 Speak Up Talk Radio Firebird Book Awards
The Noble Edge: Reclaiming an Ethical World One Choice at a Time, by Christopher Gilbert, PhD, received the 2021 Speak Up Talk Radio Firebird Book Award in three categories: Business Motivational; Self-Help Motivational; Personal Growth.
Armchair Scholars Video Podcast interviews author Christopher Gilbert, PhD
“We live in a society that highly rewards people based on how far they've succeeded in our eyes, what material wealth they have, how popular they are. None of those things are good solid ground for making ethical choices.”
Christopher Gilbert PhD featured on WCBC Radio with Dick Yoder
“But when I think about Edge, is it a razor thin line to do the right thing ethically, precariously close to falling off? Or…by doing the right thing ethically we have an Edge in life and business…or maybe it’s a combination of both?”
Releasing Trauma Podcast:
“Reclaiming Your Ethics in 2022”
“As we settle in to 2022, it becomes apparent that we are facing another year of the unknown. But rather than focusing on what you cannot control, let's flip the script and begin to discuss how to make 2022 an ethical and fulfilling year by making small simple choices.”
WSOU “Thank God For Monday” podcast interview with Christopher Gilbert, PhD
“People are well familiar with the competitive edge or the leading edge or the cutting edge - those are those rarified spaces where new ideas or new ways or practicing or acting create new opportunities. The Noble Edge is an advance in our character. Living into the nobility we are born with.”
“The Ethics of our New Year's Resolutions: Promises Made, Promises Broken”
“I won’t ask you to raise your hand if you’ve ever made a New Year’s resolution. I doubt there would be many hands in this virtual room. How many of you kept 100% of your resolutions? No cheating now….
Before you beat yourself up, I have good news. It’s not your fault- mostly.”
Thrive Global Magazine:
“The call for a more universal and less divided ethics grows louder every day”
“There is no right way to do the wrong thing. We spend our lives bumping up against the lessons in those words. Doctors, lawyers, accountants, engineers, educators, community leaders, sports and entertainment stars, you, me our children - no one escapes them. They are simple. They are essential. And they are needed now more than ever.”
Communication Intelligence: “Becoming More Ethical Personally and Collectively”
“I often jokingly ask, “Who's here today because you’re unethical?” I get little response, of course. “Who’s glad the person on your right or left are here today?” That’s when the hands go up. Humorous, yes. A common response worldwide, yes. Right for our appetite for a more ethical world one choice at a time, perhaps not.”
Morgan James Publishing Interviews Author, Christopher Gilbert PhD
Jim Howard, Publisher at Morgan James Publishing, interviews Christopher Gilbert, PhD about his new book, “The Noble Edge: Reclaiming an Ethical World One Choice at a Time” as part of the Morgan James Monthly Book Launch podcast.