Mary C. Gentile is named as one of the ”Top Thought Leaders in Trust: 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award Winners” by Trust Across America-Trust Around the World, January 2015.
“Stakeholder Trust: A Proposal for a Global Business Ethics Principle.” Blog by Patricia E. Dowden and Philip M. Nichols references Gentile’s work on “shareholder primacy”, Russian International Affairs Council, December 25, 2014.
Giving Voice To Values and Mary C. Gentile cited in blog post, “Making Ethical Decisions at Work is Easy. Speaking Up Is Harder.” by Chris Macdonald in Canadian Business, November 28, 2014.
CHINESE Translation of Giving Voice To Values: How To Speak Your Mind When You Know What’s Right, July 2014.
Giving Voice To Values featured in “Business Schools Aren’t Producing Ethical Graduates” by Deborrah Himsel, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, August 6, 2014.
“Building the Trust Muscle: In Our Companies, In Our Teams, In Ourselves” by Mary C. Gentile cited in Trust Across America blog by Barbara Kimmel, July 20, 2014.
“Giving Voice To Values in the Boardroom: Strategies to Enable Risky Conversations” by Andrea Bonime-Blanc, GEC Risk Advisory LLC and Mary C. Gentile in Risk and Compliance Magazine, July-September 2014.
Gentile quoted in “Why Freelancers Need a Code of Ethics” by Vickie Elmer in Fortune.com, May 30, 2014.
Video of Gentile’s Presentation at the 2014 Business Ethics Conference for Deans of Catholic Schools of Business, St. Thomas University, Houston, TX.
Finance Matters (http://financematters.co/) is a cross‐corporate community of finance professionals with a strong interest in helping the financial industry drive social change. They are run as a not‐for‐profit by a team of professionals currently working in financial services and impact investing. Through monthly happy hour discussions and Weekly newsletter, they help educate the financial services community about sustainable finance, impact investing & social enterprise and act as a partner to individuals who want to promote blended value investing through a current or future professional role. In addition, the Value Add workshop is a project designed to help individuals achieve more positive impact within their jobs in the finance industry. It is run as a brainstorming session aimed at finding specific actions and behaviours that finance professionals could take to improve their impact at work, without putting career at risk. The Inspiring Debate is a new events series presenting engaging cases of leading with values, leveraging the frameworks of Preventable Surprises and Giving Voice to Values. The Value Add workshop run for Investment Bankers in 2013 is summarized here (Value Add Workshop – Designing Actions for Impact (Investment Bankers). The May 2014 Finance Matters Inspiring Debate, featuring Giving Voice To Values, is summarized here (Finance Matters Inspiring Debates – 27052014).
Giving Voice To Values Thought Leadership essay from Babson Executive Education.
Giving Voice To Values cited by Gael O’Brien, The Week in Ethics, Facebook, March 14, 2014.
David Langstaff references Giving Voice To Values in “”Ethical Capitalism — Who Should Care?”, Remarks in IMPACT Speaker Series, George Institute of Technology, February 2014.
“Giving Voice To Values: How To Follow Your Moral Compass as a Leader ” — Dr. Robert Denker interviews Mary C. Gentile, RD & Partners.
“The Holy Grail: Educating for values-driven leadership across the curriculum and Giving Voice To Values” by Mary C. Gentile in EFMD’s Global Focus, volume 8, issue 1, page 56, 2014.
Mary C. Gentile Named to the “Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business 2014“ January 2014.
Giving Voice To Values featured on http://ethicalsystems.org/content/links resource site, January 2014.
Mary C. Gentile’s Guest Post on “Making Sense of Ethical Leadership from Andrew Leigh”, November 29, 2013.
CHINESE Translation forthcoming of the award-winning book, Giving Voice To Values: How To Speak Your Mind When You Know What’s Right.
KPMG University Connection Website Resource features Giving Voice To Values, January 2014.
VIDEO: Gentile Shares “Giving Voice To Values” with the InterAmerican Development Bank, Washington, D.C., Decemer 4, 2013.
NEW PROGRAM BRINGS GVV INTO THE SPORTS ARENA: V2V is a program designed specifically to help athletes, coaches and administrators address homophobia, racism, sexism or bullying in their sports. Sports is a very visible part of many communities and strong, inclusive attitudes that support equality can go some way to shaping community norms. The 6-module program utilizes and contextualizes Mary Gentile’s Giving Voice To Values methodology and is designed to be used by trainers and conversation leaders. Contact www.bluestoneedge.com for more details.
Gentile Named to 2013 Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior, Trust Across America, December 2013.
Video of Gentile’s Presentation at 2013 Humanistic Management Network, Humanistic Management Center and Global Ethic Institute Conference “Integrity in business — The Key to Enduring Business success”, October 2013.
Gentile Interview at United Nations Global Compact PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) and CEEMAN Convening in Bled, Slovenia, in September 2013.
Gentile is Featured Speaker on “Giving Voice To Values: Educating Values-Driven Leaders” at the University of Richmond 2013 Hays and Margaret Crimmel Colloquium on Liberal Education, November 4, 2013.
“Action not intellectual debate drives Giving Voice To Values” on Making Sense of Ethical Leadership from Andrew Leigh, November 29, 2013.
“Giving Voice To Values: The “How” of Values-Driven Leadership”, Wendy Hanson’s Radio/Call-In Interview with Mary C Gentile, November 18, 2013.
“Managers: Train your Brain for Ethical Decisions” by Eric Barton, Leader Board, BBC Capital, Oct 8, 2013.
“Corruption 101: MBAs Get Schooled in Battling Bribery” by Francesca Di Meglio, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Oct 1, 2013.
“Putting Ethics Into Action–Part Two” Posted by Marlene Neill, PRSAY, Public Relations Society of America, Sept 17, 2013.
“Putting Ethics Into Action–Part One” Posted by Marlene Neill, PRSAY, Public Relations Society of America, Sept 16, 2013.
Giving Voice To Values Video Series, in Ethics Unwrapped, University of Texas-Austin, Sept, 2013.
“I Reported the Boss to HR — Now what?” by Chana R. Schoenberger at BBC.Com, Sept 9, 2013.
“Summer Reading for Babson Students Challenges Assumptions about Business Ethics,” MarketWatch, August 13, 2013.
“Debunking a Dangerous Assumption” by Mary C. Gentile on the Babson College Creating Social Value Blog, August 2013.
Mary Gentile presented with the 2013 Recognition for Leadership in Humanistic Management award by The Humanistic Management Network at the Academy of Management Conference in Orlando, FLA on August 12, 2013.
“When you know the right thing to do, how do you get it done?” in Business Ethics column by Jim Nortz, Rochester Business Journal, Volume 29, Number 15, July 5, 2013.
Giving Voice To Values cited in “The Ethics Coach” column by Gael O’Brien in Entrepreneur Magazine, July 2013.
Announcement of New Partnership between Giving Voice To Values and the United Nations Global Compact’s Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative, June 2013.
“Giving Voice To Values: How To Implement Ethics At Work” with Mary C. Gentile PhD. A new web-course offered by the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association, 2013.
“Building Trust: Giving Voice To Values — Mary Gentile IECO/RCC” – a video segment of the First IECO/RCC International Colloquium at Harvard University – Building Trust in Organizations: The Role of Ethics, Values and Dignity, 2013.
“The Best Undergraduate Business Schools for Ethics” by Geoff Gloeckler features “Giving Voice To Values” in Bloomberg BusinessWeek Business Schools, May 20,2013.
“The Responsibility of Business Schools in Training Ethical Leaders” by Shawn O’Connor in Forbes.com, May 15, 2013.
Mary C. Gentile has been named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior 2013 by Trust Across America, January 2013.
The “How” of Business Ethics in the Financial Sector, Mary C Gentile at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, March 2012.
No hace falta ser un heroe, pero se puede ser etico, El Pais, November 26, 2012.
Interview Excerpts with Mary C Gentile, Inaugural Beideman Visiting Scholar, Oskin Leadership Institute, Widener University, November 29, 2012.
Que hago ante un dilema etica,: Como hacer oir nuestros valores en la empresa sin renunciar al exito, Expansion.com, November 2012.
Q & A: Babson’s Mary Gentile on MBAs and Ethics, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, October 2012.
Giving Voice to Values in Moscow! Mary C. Gentile speaks at a number of business schools and business gatherings in Moscow, including the Higher School of Economics, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Moscow State University, MIRVIS, etc. The International Business Leaders Forum launches a new Business Ethics Curriculum, in Russian, that features Giving Voice To Values, September 2012.
Mary C Gentile named to Good Business New York Leading Women for 2012 for “21st Century Leadership” — “Women Who Are Changing The World: 25 Dynamic Leaders Actively Creating a Better World Through Work & Business.”
Mary C. Gentile Page at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
Mary Gentile: Giving Voice To Values on Blog Business Success Radio, Blog Business World, August 8, 2012.
In “Corporate culture: Open business culture — a promising direction for corporate governance,” Wilfred Chow discusses the values of “Giving Voice To Values” for developing positive corporate behavior. In Ethical Corporation, July 20, 2012.
“Corporate culture: Why institutional investors benefit from openness” by Wilfred Chow, Ethical Corporation, July 6, 2012.
Interview in MANDARIN on “Giving Voice To Values” — Professor Zucheng Zhou of Jiao Tong University in Shanghai interviews Mary C. Gentile PhD in China Business News, July 6, 2010.
Book Review by Harvey Schachter in The Globe and Mail: “A Shout-Out for Ethical Behavior in the Workplace“, June 19, 2012.
Book Review by Michael Wade of Execupundit.com: Giving Voice To Values, June 18, 2012.
Giving Voice To Values is a Featured Benchmark at 50 + 20: Management Education for the World, June 2012.
“Pararse sobre una mesa y decir ‘esto es correcto’ no es el camino” — Spanish language interview with Mary C Gentile in La Nacion, April 27, 2012.
“Re-Inventing Ethics” — ABC Radio National Australia broadcast of Mary C Gentile PhD’s public lecture at Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Western Australia, April 2012.
Giving Voice To Values on 50+20: Management Education for the World: “50+20 is a collaborative initiative that is working to re-invent management education.
“Workplace Bullying: More Common –and Damaging–Than You Think” by Gael O’Brien, Business Ethics, May 3, 2012.
“The Week in Ethics: UC Davis Leaders Fail to Give Voice To Valeus” by Gael O’Brien, April 19, 2012.
“The ‘How” of Business Ethics in the Financial Sector,” Video, Audio, Transcript: Mary C. Gentile with the Carnegie Council for Ethics and International Affairs, New York City, March 2012.
“Opportunists, Idealists, & Pragmatists” — Video: Mary C. Gentile, Carnegie Council for Ethics and International Affairs, March 2012.
“Are Values a Lost Cause?” by Mary C. Gentile at ,Policy Innovations, A Publication of the Carnegie Council March 30, 2012.
Mary C. Gentile: WorldWide with Giving Voice To Values, Yale Press Log, March 2012.
“The ‘How’ of Business Ethics in the Financial Sector” — Business Ethics Workshop with Mary Gentile at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, March 27, 2012.
“Colleague Questions Another’s Honesty At Work”–Giving Voice To Values mentioned in At Work With Lindsey Novak at Creators.com, March 2012.
“Giving Voice To Values” — Presentation by Mary C. Gentile, PhD at the 2010 First Annual Master Class on Teaching Business Ethics, Teaching Ethics Video Library, The Wheatley Institution, Brigham Young University. [Registration required and access restricted to faculty and doctoral students.]
“Rebuilding Confidence in Business: A Practical Approach” by Mary C. Gentile PhD at Learning Leadership, March 2012.
“Collusion, Culture and Bad Management” by Peter Vajda at Management-Issues, March 2012.
“Peyton Manning Offers Lesson in Job Insecurity” by David Mielach in BusinessNewsDaily, March 7, 2012.
“Alumni Center hosts ethics workshop” by Keelie Curran in Kansas State Collegian, March 6, 2012.
Giving Voice To Values: Practical Ethics in Action by Jane Cote, Mary C. Gentile and Claire Latham. The Faculty Development Update in Accounting Education News: The Newsletter of the American Accounting Association. pp.14-15, Volume 40, Issue 1, Winter 2012.
GVV in Ghana! Kajsa H.A. speaks about the “Giving Voice To Values” course at Ashesi University in an interview with the Ghanaian weekly paper, The Mirror, January 28, 2012.
Babson College’s first strategy video of 2012 features Mary Gentile. The Giving Voice to Values (GVV) curriculum which Mary developed has had a tremendous impact at colleges and universities, as well as companies and other organizations, in the U.S. and overseas—and this impact just keeps growing. In the video with Dean of Faculty Carolyn Hotchkiss and me, she describes Giving Voice to Values, why it is such a practical and effective tool for acting on one’s values, and how it is closely connected to Entrepreneurial Thought & Action®, January 2012.
CEO Morality? What’s The Answer? What’s The Question? Initial column in Mary C Gentile’s new regular column, “Voicing Values in The Workplace” in Corporate Compliance Insights, January 2012.
Mary C. Gentile Selected as one of North America’s “Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior — 2012” by Trust Across America, January 11, 2012.
“An ‘I Can Do” Approach: Mary C. Gentile Speaks To Geetha Rao About Her Novel Approach To Handling Ethical Dilemmas in Business Scenarios” in the Times of India Bangalore, Education Section, page 28, January 9, 2012.
Mary Gentile Interview on Her Giving Voice To Values Programme, with Nicholas Beecroft in his “The Future of Western Civilisation” series, January 10, 2012. And on Facebook! And on YouTube, Part One and Part Two!
“Managing Values Across Cultures: Insights from Values and Leadership Education: A Harvard Business School Symposium” with Mary C. Gentile, Harvard Business Publishing, 2011.
“The Most Overrated Value in Business: Insights from Values and Leadership Education: A Harvard Business School Symposium” with Mary C. Gentile, Harvard Business Publishing, 2011.
Freedom Riders’ Legacy: Creating a Culture of Common Purpose, by Gael O’Brien, Business Ethics, December 28, 2011.
Radio Interview: Ethics in the Corner Office, Minnesota Public Radio, December 13, 2011.
Book Review in Academy of Management Learning & Education, by Laura G. E. Smith, Volume 10, Number 4, December 2011.
Video: Mary Gentile Answers Questions for the Australian Institute of Management Business Book Club, November 22, 2011.
Campus Crises Highlight Risk Management Weaknesses, Columnist Gael O’Brien on GVV, Business Ethics, November 23, 2011.
Comprehensive Business Ethics Course Introduced in India, GyanCentral, November 22, 2011.
Celebrate Radio Interview: Dr. Mary Gentile Giving Voice To Values, interviewed by Don Fass, November 20, 2011.
Learning From Penn State to Speak Up, Not Cover Up, by Judith Samuelson, Huffington Post, November 15, 2011.
Combating Ethical Cynicism and Voicing Values in the Workplace, by Mary C. Gentile, Ivey Business Journal, May-June 2011.
Mary C. Gentile on Ethical Leadership: Asking the Wrong Questions, Yale Press Log, September 8, 2011.
The Alsop Perspective: The Eternal Challenge of Teaching Ethics, by Ron Alsop, Graduate Management News, August 2011.
Response by Mary C. Gentile to “MBA and Ethics: Straddling the Line ” by Kiah Lau Haslett in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, July 11, 2011.
Response by Mary C Gentile and President Len Schlesinger (Babson College) to “The Challenge of Putting a Grade on Ethical Learning” by Peter Schmidt in The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 7, 2011.
“Gentile’s book is not so much a ‘how to’ as a ‘how, what, when, where and why-to’. Starting assumptions that masquerade as simple premises help you anchor yourself in your truth, and then the exposition in the chapters helps you understand how to take action. Want to learn how to be a leader? This is the book to imbibe and enact.”
Think Like An Entrepreneur, Act Like a Leader, by Gael O’Brien at Business Ethics: The Magazine of Corporate Responsibility, June 28, 2011.
Video Clips of Gentile on “Giving Voice To Values” topics from Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs:
Book Review in Making A Difference: News for Disability Sector Organizations, Western Australia, June 2011.
Book Review in Pegasus, the Caux RoundTable Newsletter, May 2011 edition, vol 01, issue 03, page 1:
“Mary Gentile…has brought forth from her long engagement with business ethics a compelling solution to one of the great challenges in ethics: individual action.” (Stephen Young)
Book Review in Ethikos, May 2011:
“Giving Voice To Values provides a thorough psychological breakdown of what goes into “speaking up” at the workplace…” (Alexandra Theodore)
Mary Gentile Speaks to Carnegie New Leaders about Giving Voice To Values (audio link or transcript), Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, April 26, 2011.
“Business Schools Failing to Teach Ethical Leadership” by Steven Mintz at Ethics Sage, May 7, 2011:
“One of the best books I’ve read on values-driven leadership is Giving Voice to Values by noted scholar, Mary Gentile… Mary is the Director of an innovative global curriculum for values-driven leadership development at Babson College and Senior Advisor to The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program. Through their joint efforts and those of other committed academics and professionals, colleges now have the basic tools to teach what was once thought to be unteachable.”
Winner of the Axiom Business Book Awards 2011 Gold Medal in the Business Ethics Category, April 2011.
“Telling Tales: See wrongdoing on the job? Here’s what you need to know,” by Brian Moore, New York Post, March 21, 2011.
“P.J. Crowley, Bradley Manning and the Deadly Culture of Silence” by Margaret Heffernan, posted at BNET, March 14, 2011.
“So, what is an ethics educator to do? I have three pieces of advice. First, read Giving Voice to Values. Second, practice it. Third, practice it some more.”
“Giving Voice To Values” Radio Interview on “Life Matters” ABC RadioNational, Australia, February 24, 2011.
“Standing Up For Values in Business and in Life,” Catholic Communications, Sydney Archdiocese, Australia, February 18, 2011:
“Business ethics are undergoing a revolution thanks to US educator, ethicist and leadership coach, Dr Mary Gentile.”
“What Are Your Personal Identity Information Values?” by George Jenkins, posted at I’veBeenMugged.typepad.com, February 2011.
Book Review by Professor Andra Gumbus in Organization Management Journal, vol. 7, issue 4, 2010, pp. 310–314.
‘This little gem of a book…takes the standard model of teaching ethics and turns the kaleidoscope to view a refreshingly unique lens through which we see, define and respond to ethical dilemmas.”
“Giving Voice To Values: Creating a Values-Driven Organization,” blog posted by Steven Mintz at Ethics Sage, January 21, 2011
” The common theme that runs through these blogs is that in order to develop an ethical environment an organization must adopt a values-driven approach to decision making. One of the best books I have read on the subject is Giving Voice to Values by Mary C. Gentile, a Babson College educator and consultant…”
“Management Expert Visits Ivey to Discuss Values-Driven Leadership: Ivey School of Business Welcomes Mary Gentile for Special Seminar” January 2010
Mary C. Gentile Named One of 2010 Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior, Trust Across America, January 2011
Interview with Mary C. Gentile at Conscious Talk Radio, January 12, 2011
“Mary C. Gentile Discusses Her Approach to Teaching Ethics” (video) at Yale School of Management, January 6, 2011
“Giving Voice To Values” in Treehugger.com, December 2010
Giving Voice To Values Featured at International Conference on Demography, Culture and Marketing Inaugurated at XIMB in Bhubaneswar, India, December 2010
“Ethics: Working Within the Gray Areas” by Mary C. Gentile, Financial Executive, December 2010
Giving Voice To Values: Presentation by Mary C Gentile (video) at the University of Utah, Nov 5, 2010
Mary C. Gentile: An Interview by Bob Morris, First Friday Book Synopsis, Oct 30, 2010
The Cranky Middle Manager Show #256 Giving Voice To Values, Wayne Turmel speaks to Mary Gentile, Oct 11, 2010
IBM Competitive Edge Book Club Selects Giving Voice to Values for its Q4 2010 Read, Oct 6, 2010
Podcast: Cheryl Nason interviews Mary Gentile on Insider the Writer’s Cafe (WebTalkRadio), Oct 4, 2010
” In Giving Voice To Values, Dr. Mary Gentile reveals that acting on our values is a skill set that is just as learnable as ethical decision-making.”
” I therefore recommend this book to everyone who works in a business or leads people in business, or more simply put, I recommend it to everyone. Period.”
Get Some Guts and Give Your Boss a Piece of Your Mind by Alyson Shontell in Business Insider, Sept 22, 2010
Book Review by Grady Jones in San Francisco Book Review, Sept 16, 2010
Book Review: Bookhelf: in BizEd, September/October 2010:
“Neither didactic nor judgmental, Giving Voice To Values is inspiring and empowering. Instead of thinking, “I wish I could,” readers will come away saying, “I know I can.
Booknotes in the College of William and Mary Alumni Magazine, Summer 2010
“Can You Say Values?” How To Give Voice To Values in Real Time, Interview with Dr. Mary C. Gentile by Dr. Robert Denker on “Leadership Leverage”, VoiceAmerica, August 31, 2010
Book Review: Giving Voice To Values: Amazon.com (five-star review), August 9, 2010
Adding Value and Values to the MBA by Gael O’Brien, Business Ethics Magazine, July 30, 2010
Giving Voice to Values: A Response to B.P. by Mary C. Gentile, Huffington Post, July 15, 2010
Giving Voice to Values Press Release, July 2010
Book Review: Giving Voice to Values [registration required], Publishers Weekly, June 21, 2010
“A powerful action-oriented manifesto for living with integrity, fighting for one’s convictions, and building a more ethical workplace. “
The Burden of Knowledge by Mary C. Gentile, MarketWatch, June 12, 2010
Teaching Business in the Age of Madoff by R. Edward Freeman, Lisa Stewart, and Brian Moriarty, Change, November/December 2009
Is It Time to Retrain B-Schools? by Kelley Holland, The New York Times, March 2009
Business Schools: A Failing Grade on Ethics by Mary C. Gentile, BusinessWeek, February 2009
Preparing for Change by Marji McClure, ExecuNet, October 2008
Change of Tack in Ethics Teaching by Linda Anderson, Financial Times, August 2008
Giving Voice to Ethics by Della Bradshaw, Financial Times, February 2008
Missing the Point on Biz Ethics by Mary C. Gentile, Providence Journal, July 5, 2007