Measuring Integrity

MEASURING INTEGRITY
– John Maxwell          the Maxwell daily reader

 

If a good reputation is like gold, then having integrity is like owning the mine.

The following questions may help you nail down areas that need attention.

1. How well do I treat people from whom I can gain nothing?

2. Am I transparent with others?

3. Do I role-play based on the person(s) I’m with with?

4. Am I the same person when I’m in the spotlight as I am when I’m alone?

5.  Do I quickly admit wrongdoing without being pressed to do so?

6. Do I put other people ahead of my personal agenda?

7. Do I have an unchanging standard for moral decisions or do circumstances determine my choices?

8. Do I make difficult decisions, even when they have a personal cost attached to them?

9. When I have something to say about people, do I talk to them or about them?

10. Am I accountable to at least one other person for what I think, say, and do?

 

Take some time to reflect on each question, honestly considering it before answering.

Then work on the areas where you’re having the most trouble.

Jack Olsen
Professional Nanaimo Electrician at JLO Electrical
JLO Electrical provide service upgrades, structural cabling and networking upgrades, Infrared electrical surveys, lighting upgrading, renovations, commercial 3 phase upgrades, and troubleshooting. We also do electrical inspections reports for homes and businesses.

About Jack Olsen

JLO Electrical provide service upgrades, structural cabling and networking upgrades, Infrared electrical surveys, lighting upgrading, renovations, commercial 3 phase upgrades, and troubleshooting. We also do electrical inspections reports for homes and businesses.