One is said to have integrity to the extent that everything they do and believe is based on the same core set of values. While those values may change, it is their consistency with each other and with the person's actions that determine their integrity. The concept of integrity is directly linked to responsibility in that implementation spawning from principles is designed with a specific outcome in mind. When the action fails to achieve the desired effect, a change of principles is indicated. Accountability is achieved when a faulty principle is identified and changed to produce a more useful action.
"Integrity" Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 23 October 2002, 11:53 UTC. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 24 Oct. 2007.
Integrity Links for Supervisors:
- Sample Employment Contract: Adobe PDF | Word
- Work Responsibilities Presentation
- Primary Roles Presentation
- Integrity Learning Outcomes Presentation
- Powerpoint presention about Front Desk Etiquette
- UWW employment conditions document: Adobe PDF | Word
- Training outline for supervisors: Adobe PDF | Word