How do you work for someone who has demonstrated a lack of integrity? What is the significance of having an accountability partner in guarding one’s integrity? Furthermore, what measures can be implemented to reverse such acts of perversion?
Choosing to stay or to fight a baneful occurrence depends upon circumstances and preference. Therefore, being adamant about preserving one’s integrity is a commitment for a righteous servant leader to do.
So, in this episode of Dear Credibility Expert, Mitchell Levy gives light on these questions and shares advice on how to deal with the void of one’s integrity. Tune in to learn more.
Here are highlights from this episode:
- You can create a bubble within the environment that you live in. And within that bubble, you can do the things that are right. Thus, you are creating an environment where you’re doing the best for your people, and you’re staying true to the integrity of what you’ve said you were going to do!
- If our immediate manager does not have integrity, the opportunity for you to do what you do and love what you do and get rewarded for it emotionally in the right way is not going to be very high!
- Find a place where you do something you love, where you love who you are. It’s when you wake up in the morning, you love what you do. You’re not working. You’re having fun all day long!