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Corparate Work Culture - Integrity

Corparate Work Culture - Integrity

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1.1.2 Consistency ....................................................................................................31.1.3 Substance .......................................................................................................42.1 The Importance of Integrity .................................................................................43.1 Promoting Integrity in Work Culture ......................................................................64.1 Integrity in Work Place ..........................................................................................75.1 The Measurement of Integrity ..............................................................................96.1 Advantages of Integrity ......................................................................................107.1 Recommendations ..............................................................................................107.1.1 Fair Dealing ..................................................................................................107.1.2 Conflicts of Interest ......................................................................................117.1.3 Corporate Opportunity .................................................................................117.1.4 Confidentiality ..............................................................................................117.1.5 Disclosure .....................................................................................................117.1.6 Protection and Proper Use of Company Assets .............................................127.1.7 Compliance with Laws ..................................................................................127.1.7 Reporting of Illegal or Unethical Behavior ....................................................128.1 Conclusion ..........................................................................................................129.1 References ..........................................................................................................13
 
1.1Definition of Integrity
Integrity is consistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectationsand outcome. As a holistic concept, it judges the quality of a system in terms of its ability toachieve its own goals. A value system's abstraction depth and range of applicable interaction mayalso function as significant factors in identifying integrity due to their congruence or lack of congruence with empirical observation. A value system may evolve over time while retainingintegrity if those who espouse the values account for and resolve inconsistencies [1]. In our opinion, integrity can be categorized into
 sincere
and
consistent 
, have
 substance
and character.
1.1.1Sincerity
Sincerity is behavior that is unfeigned and presents no false appearance. Leaders withintegrity are sincere and their actions match their words. The more a leader’s behavior matcheshis or her words, the more loyal people will become, both to the leader and
 
the organization [2].
1.1.2Consistency
A single example of integrity makes an impression, but a leader’s behavior must beconsistent if he or she is to successfully shape an organization. In fact, integrity is an imperativesince a single breach of integrity can leave a permanent scar. Leaders must also be consistent intheir enforcement of disciplinary standards. A commander who uses discriminators such as rank or friendship to determine a response to a breach of discipline has a serious integrity problem. Nothing destroys morale quite as effectively as “throwing the book” at a junior officer for aserious infraction while allowing a senior officer to retire in lieu of punishment for similar  behavior. Leaders must practice what they preach and apply standards even-handedly. It isessential for discipline, for morale, and for mission accomplishment [2].

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