I will post my materials here, as well as some links to further interesting reading. There's much more than 3 hrs of stuff to discuss around ethics ("How to act?"); so some of the material below (especially the geeky stuff) doesn't link up directly with ERR (Ethical, Reasonable, Reportable), though it's interesting nonetheless.
One suggestion: Please try out the MPS and the CYN tests with colleagues. I know that discussing those can generate useful dialog -- and one point of today was that dialogue matters: it gives one a better sense of the distribution. Increase your sample size.
HERE is a link to one of my papers on Machiavellianism and overconfidence. That project started when some firms in Singapore approached us about developing better ways of predicting which kind of people would do well as traders.
In the morning session, I mentioned a paper I have on the potential costs to (second choice) firms of giving exploding offers that prevent people from first learning whether they'll get an offer from their "dream job". You can get that paper HERE. That paper is a follow-up to a more technical one on optimal deadline setting, which can be found HERE.
*I'm always looking for good material to use in teaching; so please share examples that I might use in the future when you run across them. I want to tailor the material as best I can to the lives of INSEAD students.
Emotivism ("It is your moral duty to tell the truth" means "I recommend you tell the truth.")