Integrity Matters Broadcasts

November 18, 2003

LEADERSHIP AND ACCOUNTABILITY - Employees and Employers; Productivity and Integrity

Dear Friends:

On October 3, we forwarded our CEO guidelines related to Leadership Responsibilities. Many of you read and responded to our 9 C's of Leadership, offering to assist us with your support and suggestions. In fact, the input was quite instructive and we have strengthened the document, reflecting several recommendations. Please find attached our November 17, 2003, updated version, ready for you to apply to yourself and your own organization. Our survey process is simple. On a scale of 1 - 10, (1 is low and 10 is high); please complete your own evaluation on how well your leadership lives up to the fulfillment of these nine areas of accountability. Consider forwarding us your survey results. We will present the findings, anonymously, in early 2004.

Second, review our November 12, 2003, Integrity Matters column by clicking here. The response, so far, has been gratifying. Some readers have brought this Integrity Matters column into employee meetings, making a copy for attendees, discussing issues and teaching the importance of honesty, competency and loyalty. Let us know if you have positive results following a similar approach. The column is titled: "Integrity in the workplace never takes a day off even if the boss calls in sick." Hope this assists you in your efforts to improve productivity.

As we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States, we wish for our friends all over the world a prosperous 4th Quarter.

Remember: very soon we will be releasing Integrity Matters. As many of you already know, Dan Halloran and I have been writing the book, together, for the past six months and look forward to seeing it in bookstores in early 2004.


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