About Bob Stone

Bob Stone is an internationally known author and speaker on ethical leadership and on leading change. His new book, just out, is The Ethics Challenge: Strengthening Your Integrity in a Greedy World, with Mick Ukleja.

Bob’s always looking for new audiences to speak with about ethics and how to thrive in a greedy world.

He teaches business ethics at the University of Redlands and serves on the Governing Council of the Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership at California State University, Long Beach.

Bob served for twelve years as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Installations, where he radically decentralized authority, cut regulations, made excellence the new standard, and occasionally got into hot water.  He then spent six years at the White House leading Al Gore’s effort to reinvent government.

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3 Responses to “About Bob Stone”

  1. Judith Ellis Says:

    Love the monkeys, Bob! 🙂

    • Ethics Bob Says:

      The monkeys are form the cover of our book, “The Ethics Challenge.” If you like the monkeys and you like the blog, you’ll LOVE the book.

  2. Judith Ellis Says:

    The monkeys remind of a scripture my mother quoted to us often:

    “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

    –Philippians 4:8

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