Trustworthy? It will show

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When Jim Copeland served as CEO of Deloitte & Touche, now part of an international professional services firm, the people he worked with respected him for his trustworthiness. Why?
  1. He insisted that the firm audit every expense report he turned in.

  2. He wrote a personal check for $500 at the end of every year to cover his private use of the copier.
— Adapted from “The ABCs of Great Leadership,” Victor M. Parachin, AdvantEdge, Nightingale-Conant.

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