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Integrity, Courage & The Princess Bride
February At C-Level
2019 is starting to show up in our rearview mirror...

The year is here now, in full force, and over 12% gone already. Almost halfway through Q1. Though the new year is always a great starting point, don’t let random calendar dates interfere with your commitment to accomplishment. Now’s as good a time to start as any...

Pick up the pace and git-r-done!
Survey Says...
We’re wrapping up participation for our 2019 Survey of Senior Leadership. This year’s SSL is our 11th, and we continue to have solid participation—but would really like your inputs! If you haven’t taken it yet, please click on the image and do so... we’ve included more relevant choices this year (social values, generations, AI & cyber security); it won’t take but 2-3 minutes and we’ll provide results to all. Survey shuts off Friday, February 15.
Featured Articles
Courage, Integrity & Inigo Montoya
By D. Kevin Berchelmann

Kevin Ross is my best friend and my partner-in-crime at Triangle Performance (how cool is that?) We frequently have discussions on various leadership topics; sometimes over the phone, sometimes via text, sometimes in-person over a cigar (and perhaps a wee dram or two). Makes for an interesting dialog, to say the least.

So, we’re digging deeper into the reality of integrity. And we realized that integrity can’t be simply telling the truth. “Whaaat??” you say? Let me explain... (finally get to use my Princess Bride reference); you see, there’s more to integrity than simple honesty.

Integrity Isn't Flexible
By Kevin Ross

I wrote about this a couple of years ago, but it seems like things are getting worse, not better. I’ve had a number of conversations with transitioning military veterans recently, and a common issue among them is adjusting to the perceived lack of integrity out in the “civilian world.” I’m not going to get all preachy and start throwing stones, but I can honestly state that I’ve run across more liars and cheaters outside the military than in.

integrity has as many definitions as leadership, and that’s as many as the number of people you ask. Integrity, like leadership, is in the eye of the beholder. To quote the late Supreme Court justice Potter Stewart, “I know it when I see it.”

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