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Manager with integrity Ethical Integrity Saint Leo University Edward V. Petrow
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Manager with integrity In the most basic terms, integrity is defined as fairness or consistency, having strong moral principles, and having the trait of being honest. Integral ethics, or ethical integrity is a truthfulness and honesty of one’s actions, it is not betraying our convictions or morals no matter the consequences. The majority of all of us expect to start a job, complete our entire days taskings by diligently working, managers included. Having said that, we give our loyalty to the companies we dedicate the vast majority of our time to, and expect to be treated fairly. "Set your expectations high; find men and women whose integrity and values you respect; get their agreement on a course of action; and give them your ultimate trust" (John Akers). A manager as well as employees with ethical integrity is the largest asset an organization of people, or CEO could have. A manager that posses this trait will be able to diligently lead his or her team, inspire
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