During Michael Hingson's more than 40 years in sales and senior management positions he was confronted many times by ethical choices concerning doing what was best for the customer and doing what would maximize profits for his companies, including companies he owned personally. In this talk Mike discusses ethics and how our basic life principles should always be the guiding light that determines our actions.
Your audience will learn how Michael Hingson developed the strength to sometimes make unpopular decisions in the eyes of company bosses and how and why those same choices propelled Mike into those same senior positions later in his career. Your audience will learn how they to can make decisions based on their own basic ethical principles and they will learn how and why those decisions can be the most important and best ones they ever make.
#1 NYT BestSelling Author & International Keynote Speaker
Michael Hingson, blind since birth, survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story of Trust, Teamwork and Leadership and his indomitable will to live and thrive in a visually centric world is inspirational to all.