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Honesty

Honesty
Honesty
Honesty
Honesty
Honesty
Honesty
Honesty
Honesty
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How many lies can one tell before one is considered a liar and thus dishonest? Is honesty always the best policy?  Who has the main responsibility in teaching you honesty? Ann Frank wrote in her diary, "The final forming of a person's character lies in one's own hands." How important is honesty even when what someone has to say may not be easy to hear? Is it ever okay to be dishonest (little, white lies, if the truth harms other's feelings)? Can silence sometimes be a lie? This PowerPoint helps students define their values and align their actions. Character is defined by what we do, not by what we say or believe. Leadership is ACTION not POSITION. You do not have to have the title manager or supervisor to be a leader in your workplace.
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