By Linda Fisher Thornton
Individual integrityis the full alignment in what a person thinks, says and does. Taking that concept to another level, this post will explore the question “what is organizational integrity?”
Clearly, organizational integrity is broader than individual integrity, but what does it include? It seems to me that taking the concept of individual integrity to the organizational level, organizational integrity would mean full alignment in what an organization thinks, says and does.
When an organization demonstrates full alignment, all company messages, actions, decisions, leadership and rewards align. It’s not enough to just ensure alignment, though, because alignment without values can lead an organization away from ethical decisions and actions.
Messages, actions, decisions, leadership and rewards must be aligned around positive ethical valuesthat the entire organization supports.
This positive values-based alignment in what an organization values, says and does creates the scaffolding for an ethical culture. What does your organization say…
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