Silver Wolf Spur – a (bitter) taste for life

Silver Wolf SpurThis is our story of how Silver Wolf Spur negligently caused my son’s broken leg and have lied their way out of accountability.

On 1st December 2014 we had dinner as an extended family at the Silver Wolf Spur (Carnival Mall) for my sister’s birthday. The place was busy and they removed some table partitions from an extended table to make room for us, and placed them in the general walkway behind our table. At one point Oliver (our then 1 year old) was playing a game of peek-a-boo with us from behind the table. Unbeknownst to us he was standing on table partitions that had been stacked there in the walkway. Sam noticed this and told him to get down. He did so. As she was shuffling out of the cubicle to get him, Oliver and a waitress collided in the walkway … Read the rest of this entry »

Ethical dilemma. What would you do?

As a result of the work we’re doing at The Narrative Lab in developing an offering that helps companies measure, monitor and improve their ethics culture, I’m very interested in how our responses to ethical dilemmas uncovers our deepest attitudes towards ethics.
Here’s an example of an ethical dilemma I came across while watching TV the other night. It’s a girly TV series I know, but I’ll claim that my interest is in the psychology of the series 😉 I’m keen to hear what your choice would be after reading the dilemma.
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