What is Integrity?

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I often think of integrity and who it relates to leadership and management. Integrity is the one thing that will hold a team together and keep them moving forward with success or the very thing that causes failure, unhappiness, discontent, and failure.  If you don’t have integrity, you don’t have anything.

Integrity doesn’t mean you walk on some kind of moral high ground looking down on everyone else.

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10 thoughts on “What is Integrity?

  1. great final paragraph about repairing the cracks immediately.

  2. I like everything said here about Integrity, it does go hand in hand with our work ethics and will reflect in how we treat people. Thank you, Cranston.

  3. Rajiv says:

    I like this post, but I am going to be a little mischievous. Just to provoke you a bit. Hitler was a man of integrity, in that he was ‘whole’ and acted in accordance with his beliefs.
    His value system was crooked.
    Integrity should go hand in hand with values, yes?

    • Let me propose the same type of question to reinforce your good point. Would you consider SAND whole? When grouped together it’s very consistent, but not whole. It can support little weight before it separates. Hitler was consistent until he experienced pressure. Like sand he separated and came apart.

      Great REPLY!

  4. Only men of integrity will reach a greater height!

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  6. […] Cranston Holding suggests checking your foundation of integrity for stress cracks. This straightforward post outlines the essence of integrity not as a moral point but as the infrastructure holding culture together: without it we're doomed. But what is it, and what does it look like? Read @CranstonHolden to find out […]

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