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“Integrity is assuredly not an easy thing to define because it is so individual at its core, yet it is perhaps the single most essential quality needed by a leader. Integrity is about the beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors that go into how we make decisions, how we conduct ourselves in our day-to-day lives, who we are in the workplace and at home.”

“The most essential and common behavior integrity demands of us is responsibility. In its essence, that means being able to own what you do. That implies that your actions and words will be filled with self-awareness. That you will take the pains to see consequences, possibilities, liabilities, opportunities, in whatever you do–and accepting them rather than feigning surprise or ignorance when what happens subsequently produces a result less desirable than what you wished for.”

“A leader who lacks integrity will sooner or later be leading no one; a follower who is without it goes nowhere. Integrity is what allows us, wherever we find ourselves in life, to stand behind our words and actions. Integrity is what allows us to look in the mirror and be comfortable with the person looking back at us.”

These quotes were taken from the book  Russell Rules


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