A lie is a lie even if your fingers are crossed. BE HONEST. EARN TRUST.
Be honest, keep your promises, and meet your responsibilities, even when it costs more than you want to pay. – Michael Josephson
Don’t believe everything you think. Beware of self-righteousness. Wisdom requires courage and humility to receive and consider new facts, opinions
Honesty is the first chapter of the book of wisdom. ~Thomas Jefferson
– even if you think you’re good enough. BE HONEST – even when others aren’t and it may cost
Honesty may not always pay, but lying always costs. Reputation, trust and credibility are assets no organization
Here’s a little quiz to test your honesty. Now be completely honest. Would you:
12 TRUTHS ABOUT LYING. 1. Honesty may not always pay, but lying always costs. 2. Trust is a tower, built stone by stone, lies take stones from the bottom. 3. There is no security in secrecy; every undiscovered lie is a live landmine. 4. Lies breed a bodyguard of new lies to protect themselves. 5. Lies look very different to …
Before you Speak THINK Is it true? Is it helpful? Does it inspire confidence? Is it necessary?
A lie is still a lie even if you cross your fingers. Be loyal. Be faithful. Be worthy of trust.
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In the last decade, the ability to track and measure almost any factor of business performance on a daily, even an minute-by-minute basis, has resulted in an even greater emphasis on setting quantitative goals to assess effectiveness and drive effort. The concept of “hitting your numbers” is a dominant theme in many organizations. The problem is, sometimes without the knowledge …
You fired an employee for misuse of the Internet (He visited porn sites at work.), and for making inappropriate sexual remarks to a female co-worker. A month later, you receive a call from a potential new employer who wants a job reference. Do you give a candid and complete report, even though you know it will probably prevent him from …