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Integrity & Moral Courage

Integrity is moral courage in action. The post Integrity & Moral Courage appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Management of Integrity

Good leaders think seriously about both the integrity of management and the management of integrity. – Michael Josephson The post Management of Integrity appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Moral Judgement

Whether we’re talking politics or instructing our kids, we should use restraint in expressing MORAL JUDGEMENT. And we should do so in a way that promotes respect, reflection and discourse rather than resentment, resistance and disagreement. The post Moral Judgement appeared first on What Will Matter.

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What We Practice

It’s not what we eat but what we digest that makes us strong, not what we gain but what we save makes us rich, not what we read but what we remember makes us learned, and not what we profess but what we practice that gives us integrity. The post What We Practice appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Real Integrity

Real integrity is doing the right thing knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not. – Oprah Winfrey The post Real Integrity appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Commentary: INTELLECTUAL HUMILITY AND THE PURSUIT OF WISDOM. “Don’t believe everything you think.”

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Commentary: INTELLECTUAL HUMILITY AND THE PURSUIT OF WISDOM. “Don’t believe everything you think.”

COMMENTARY 974.1: Testing Your Integrity

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In the past year, did you keep the money if a cashier gave you too much change? Did you lie to your boss, a customer, or a significant other? Did you use the Internet for personal reasons at work? Did you distort or conceal facts on a resumé or in a job interview? Did you inflate an expense or insurance … Read More The post COMMENTARY 974.1: Testing Your Integrity appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Bonus Commentary: THE SUPREME COURT CONTROVERSY: Hiding Our Own Hypocrisy by Pretending That Politics is All About Principle.

Has the political divide become so wide that it is an unbreakable chasm? If we do not re-learn the art of accommodation and compromise all we think we are preserving by our passion will be lost — all in the name of passionately held principles. Whether a President in his last year should nominate a replacement Supreme Court Justice and … Read More The post Bonus Commentary: THE SUPREME COURT CONTROVERSY: Hiding Our Own Hypocrisy by Pretending That Politics is All About Principle. appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 971.4: A Parable About Integrity and Rationalizations – How Much Do You Want It to Be?

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The founder of a company needed to choose his successor. He studied resumes and talked to references, but he decided to ask only one question during the final interview: “How much is 2 + 2?” Ann, the first candidate, worried that there was a trick but she answered straightforwardly. “There’s only one correct answer: it’s four.” Terry, who had an … Read More The post COMMENTARY 971.4: A Parable About Integrity and Rationalizations – How Much Do You Want It to Be? appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 957.4: The Golden Rule as the Road of Honor

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Five hundred years before the birth of Christ, Confucius was asked, “Is there one word that may serve as a rule of practice for all one’s life?” He answered, “Reciprocity. What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others.” This basic principle, now called the Golden Rule, can be found in […]

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COMMENTARY 957.4: The Golden Rule as the Road of Honor