Integrity conveys a sense of wholeness and
strength. A person of integrity is guided by a set of core principles that
empowers them to behave consistently to a high standard. The building
blocks of integrity are virtues like; compassion, dependability,
generosity, honesty, kindness, loyalty, maturity, objectivity, respect,
trust and wisdom.
Virtues are our personal and professional assets. The sum of all virtues
equals Integrity. Hundreds of strong integrated virtues are needed to
produce a person of integrity.
Happiness comes from living in integrity.
We feel good about ourselves when we make a commitment to be our best.
Integrity is choice rather obligation. Integrity cannot be forced from
outside sources. We do what is right even when no one is watching. Our
actions are our own reward.
The right thing
is not always the easy thing.
There is intrinsic satisfaction when we
assess our courage when our integrity is being tested. Possessing a high
degree of integrity means our words and deeds are in alignment. Personal
integrity is the foundation for ethics. Integrity can be defined as our
internal system of principles that guides our behavior and ethics is an
There is a dynamic relationship between
integrity and ethics where one strengthens the other. A person who has
worked hard to develop a high standard of integrity will likely transfer
these skills to their professional life. Good business ethics encourages
integrity. We have all witness the problems that a lack of integrity can
The primary focus of this presentation is
on how to raise our standards of integrity. Employees are asked to submit
topics on integrity in advance so the presentation can be customized to
Self-Care & Balance
In & Out of Integrity
Respect & Honesty
Code of Ethics
The Meaning of Life
Stress Survival Skills
Models of Integrity
Making a Difference
From Fear to Flow
Standards of Integrity
Issues of Power
Review of Past Problems
Crossing the Line
Commitment to Integrity
A Sense of Right & Wrong
Causes of Unethical Behavior