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the moral quality of a course of action

a rule or habit of conduct with regard to right and wrong or a body of such rules and habits

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When has your moral compass led you out of a very gray area?
Your 2015 Code of Ethics has the guidelines and framework to assist in addressing concerns while maintaining a moral compass and ethical practice.
The idea of discussing a moral compass is as awkward as it is unavoidable.
They may be rigid and inflexible, but those qualities reflect the unwavering moral compass that guides their actions.
I believe that it is moral obligation--how you hold yourself in a world whose moral compass is compromised uncontrollably by events outside of a leaders control--that most strikingly points at leadership.
The author makes a case for building a moral compass around the notion of freedom, which is described as an ecumenical value with that can be used to gauge issues of political right and wrong.
It showed us once and for all that somewhere between that bright morning in May 1997 and the present day, Mr Blair mislaid not just his moral compass, but also his judgement.
The CEO of Barclays Plc (LS BARC) has said that bankers need to regain their moral compass.
They say a society needs its exemplars because they serve as the moral compass in uncertain times.
Even the appearance of Newcastle-born Anne Reid at the end of the first episode failed to get that moral compass pointing in the right direction.
It's moments like this that get us to take out the moral compass and start walking with it.
Mourners arrived at Prague Castle to mourn the loss of the shy but iron-willed Havel, endowed with a playful sense of humor and a powerful moral compass.
Without a sure moral compass Britain will not only fail to understand or to deal with international terrorism but it will also fail to heal the sores and fractures in our own society.
As a man with a strong moral compass, Sin is adamant that Hywel pays for deceiving Cwm FM's listeners with their 'fake' broadcasts.
I think if you look at people, whether in business or government, who haven't had any moral compass, who've just changed to say whatever they thought the popular thing was, in the end they're losers.