What Does It Really Mean to Have Integrity?

Aug 03, 2020 24 Min Podcast
Integrity: The Gap Between What You Say and What You Do

Integrity is a trait everyone wants to associate with and be associated with. But what does it really mean to have integrity? Find out what kinds of integrity there are, and why it’s so important when it comes to leadership.

Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody is going to know whether you did it or not. – Oprah Winfrey

Andy Roddick corrects the line umpire’s call for Fernando Verdasco’s serve in 2005’s Italian Open

Rashmi Menon; Head of Client Engagement at Leaderonomics Malaysia, talks about integrity as she shares a few well documented stories that exemplify this value. However, as heroic and admirable these actions may be, they have not been properly acknowledged. Why?

Find out by listening to the podcast session, and learn about the five questions to engage the mindset of integrity when it comes to leadership.

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