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January 1, 1991

Summarizing Principles

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1. We encounter ethical leadership “step-up opportunities” on a regular basis—opportunities to do the right thing and tell the full truth.
2. Sometimes taking ethical leadership means standing alone.
3. We are always being watched and we never know when someone is testing our ethics.
4. Ethical leadership allows us to relax. We don’t have to over-analyze, outwit, or even be that much smarter than someone else. We just need to be willing to tell the truth.
5. One person standing up for what is right and true builds retaining walls against entire mudslides of mistrust and wrongdoing.

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