They criticized his follow-through efforts and his production.
Paul entered the room in the midst of the gossip and discussion, listened for a minute, and then, interrupted.
So, the following are examples of integrity as it plays out—or should play out—every single day in the workplace. The CEO of the company kept the employees up-to-date on the struggles the business was experiencing with clear and frequent communication at team meetings.
Employees felt as if they knew exactly what was happening.
After talking with the others, he discovered that one capability was missing.
He called the customer who decided to purchase the product anyway as she had been unable to find one that did a better job. Marsha was responsible for producing a report once a week that was used on Friday by two other departments to plan their workflow for the next week.
Integrity is another fundamental value that you immediately recognize when you see it in the behavior of a coworker.
But, it’s hard to describe adequately to provide a picture that produces shared meaning.
They were not blindsided by the CEO’s request that they all take a 10 percent pay cut so that the company could avoid layoffs or furloughs for the time being.
The employees also felt confident in the turnaround plan they were following as they had helped develop it and they trusted their CEO.