In business and in our personal lives we seek people we can trust. Dishonesty, particularly lying, is the most prominent way to prevent or destroy trust. Here are 12 don’t-forget rules about lying:
There’s a lot of loose talk lately about lying, falsehoods, and mistakes. All three significantly affect credibility, but what they say about the
You can twist words, make excuses, and interpret what you’ve done or what’s been done to you anyway you want,
You can’t have just one bad employee. There are always at least two: the poor worker and a supervisor who keeps/him/her there. Whenever
A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves. – Lao Tzu
Most corporate compliance programs consist of little more than cursory, general and uninspiring training not likely to inspire the conscience or ethical decision-making. Still, these
I. Don’t sell yourself short. Your value is measured by your values, not by your rank or status;
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Character is not a gift; it’s an achievement.
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.