Throughout your journey as a student and during your professional journey, one of the many qualities that you must embrace is integrity. According to Telford and Gostick (2005, p. 13), “Integrity is a tough taskmaster. . . . [T]he ability to consistently act in accordance with their own principles is one thing that sets people of integrity apart.”
A. Identify how your integrity as a leader has a direct impact on the culture and values of the organization of which you are a part.
B. Explain the importance of adhering to a standard of ethics.
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Telford, D., & Gostick, A. R. (2005). Integrity works: Strategies for becoming a trusted, respected and admired leader. Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs Smith
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