Integrity: The Most Important Ingredient of Leadership

Master Tina Bane
What you say and what you do must be one and the same. It has been said, “integrity is the key ingredient of strong leadership.” Your level of integrity is what creates honest employees; after all, they will follow your example. If you show integrity, sticking to your word and setting a good example, your staff will do the same. Here are some examples where showing integrity by doing what you say will pay off: STATEMENT ACTION RESULT I say to my staff, “Be on time to work.” I arrive at work on time. They will arrive on time. I say to my staff, “Be positive.” I am positive. They

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