You’ve heard integrity defined by doing the right thing when no one is watching. What about doing the right thing when everyone IS watching?
Posts Tagged: integrity
When you say you will do something, do you follow through? Do you show up on time? Do you honor your commitments — and your word? We all fall short at times relative to this form of integrity. The good news is that we can restore it.
Looking to differentiate your organization? Embrace the Three W’s of Integrity! Today we tackle the first – Honor Your Worth.
How can you embrace integrity as a differentiator in your life and within the organization that you serve?
An organization led by people of integrity who hire honest workers and embrace a culture of honor is bound to be staffed by highly-engaged employees. Having engaged employees is the most effective driver of success.
How the scotch whisky industry inspires integrity and excellence through community.
The wonderful thing about character and integrity, which are intimately related, is that they are one of the few things in life that no one will ever be able to forcefully take away from you.
Although few of us will ever receive prestigious awards for our work, we can make our daily tasks great by doing them with great passion, focus and a sense of purpose. Doing our work as if we were producing the world’s next great product, innovation or solution elevates its meaning and importance, gives it a… Read more »
Don’t get sidetracked by leadership myths. Find your voice, listen to it, trust it.
Am I writing a bunch of leadership gobbledygook in my GovLoop blog? I had to stop and ask myself this question after reading a Harvard Business Review article entitled “The Trouble With Leadership Theories,” by Doug Sundheim. This short, but poignant article draws attention to the ways we toss leadership jargon, or as we sayRead… Read more »