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Jeffrey L. Seglin (b. 1956 in New York) is an American journalist and writer. Seglin grew up in Boonton, New Jersey and attended Boonton High School.
Total Books: 27
Seglin writes "The Right Thing," a syndicated weekly column on general ethics that currently runs in newspapers in the United States and Canada. In the column, he regularly offers solutions to ethical dilemmas posed by readers who write to him at email@example.com. The column was syndicated by the New York Times Syndicate from February 2004 through August 2010. In September, Tribune Media Services began distributing "The Right Thing" column.
Seglin is the author of The Right Thing: Conscience, Profit and Personal Responsibility in Today’s Business. It was named as one of the "Best Business Books of 2003" by the Library Journal. It is a collection of the first four years of “The Right Thing,” which until January 2004 had been a monthly business ethics column he wrote for The Sunday New York Times Money and Business pages since 1998. He is also the author of The Good, the Bad, and Your Business: Choosing Right When Ethical Dilemmas Pull You Apart (Wiley, 2000).
Seglin is an associate professor at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. He has been an ethics fellow at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies since 2001 and was a resident fellow at the Center for the Study of Values in Public Life at Harvard University in 1998-1999.
He lectures widely on ethics, business ethics, and writing including sessions at the Executive MBA Program at University of Wisconsin—Madison, Duke Corporate Education, Harvard Business School Publishing Virtual Seminars, Virginia Commonwealth University, and other organizations. He was the host of Doing Well by Doing Good, an hour-long live television program airing out of WCVE-TV, PBS's Richmond, Virginia affiliate.
He is the author or co-author on more than a dozen books on business and writing. He has written for publications including The New York Times, Real Simple, Fortune, FSB, Salon.com, Time.com, Sojourners, MIT's Sloan Management Review, Harvard Management Update, Business 2.0, ForbesASAP, CIO, CFO, MBA Jungle, among others. He has contributed commentaries to Public Radio's Marketplace.
Prior to 1998, he was an executive editor at Inc. magazine. He holds a masters degree in theological studies from Harvard Divinity School and a bachelor's degree from Bethany College .