As we climb the career ladder we very quickly find out that the higher we go the greater the battles we are forced to fight. In some careers, the battles can be really tough as people sometimes fight for their lives, such as in the case of forensic investigators exposing the corruption of top leaders. Sometimes we experience betrayal as people work in their own interest as opposed to doing the right thing in the interest of the greater good. This section is designed to help subscribers land on their feet when they have been hurt in their professional lives.
How should organisations and society deal with fraudsters? Should we be talking about rehabilitation and a reintegration into society?
Doctor Claudelle von Eck in an interview with Brad Sadler. Brad was convicted of fraud and had undergone a transformation process to where he is now – avidly spreading the word that fraud only brings negative dividends to the fraudster. In this first of two interviews, Dr Claudelle and Brad Sadler discuss whether fraudsters can be reformed and what one needs to do to reform yourself when you have wronged society.
He who burns down his house knows why ashes cost a fortune.
— African proverb