Unformatted text preview: handle being accountable for my actions which he also said that most leaders are scared to do so. It takes a real strong person in order to stand up and say “I did it” when he or she makes a mistake. Accountability has to do with Integrity. If one is being integral in he or she's communications and interactions with other people then the particular individual can be said to be accountable, from my point of view. This viewpoint seems to be in congruence with Cooperative Argumentation 's definition of accountability. It is important to note if one is being accountable for his or her actions then he or she gains the trust of those they interact with. This makes me wonder if the terms “Trust Fund” and “Account” in regards to banks were derived from accountability and trust. I never knew the origin of much of the bank lingo although this makes sense....
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- Spring '08
- Sociology, Core issues in ethics, Joshua Reed-Doyle Date