Charissa Bloomberg is a radio and television celebrity therapist, TV presenter, famous Integrity Leadership specialist, credentialed Emotional Intelligence facilitator, media activist, and CEO of Hidden Dimensions, my corporate training, and consultancy firm. She is also a Trinity College London-trained Drama and Communications instructor. Today, John and Charissa discuss the “Integrity Code” in this expert insight interview.
This Expert Insight Interview Discusses:
- What does it truly imply, and how does it present itself in everyday life?
- What are the components that make up true integrity, and how is it carried out?
Integrity At Workplace
Workplace integrity entails more than just honesty and respect. Integrity is defined as doing honorably even when no one is looking. Whether it’s continually missing deadlines or losing interest in work completely, a lack of integrity will affect both the firm and the individuals that make it up. Integrity is difficult to achieve, but it is critical for genuine, long-term growth.
While integrity is a quality ability, it may be cultivated through time. A person with integrity can accept problems, delays, and unanticipated impediments while remaining calm and even-tempered. In meetings and one-on-one interactions, they wait their turn to speak.
Maintain Everyday Integrity
Every day, you may demonstrate integrity by choosing to do the right thing in all circumstances. Here are several examples:
- Avoid disclosing secrets or sensitive information to others.
- Avoid spreading rumors about other individuals.
- Keep your end of the bargain.
- Return discovered objects without expecting to be rewarded.
Integrity is vital for success in any profession and can aid in your advancement. By adhering to your ethical values, you may set a good example for others and provide a better experience for everyone.
John is the Amazon bestselling author of Winning the Battle for Sales: Lessons on Closing Every Deal from the World’s Greatest Military Victories and Social Upheaval: How to Win at Social Selling. A globally acknowledged Sales & Marketing thought leader, speaker, and strategist. He is CSMO at Pipeliner CRM. In his spare time, John is an avid Martial Artist.