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Great Minds on Character & Integrity Training Course

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Discover timeless wisdom on character and integrity from historical luminaries in "Great Minds on Character."

3 minutes   |   SKU: ABCCHAR    |    Language(s): EN    |    Produced 2011








3 minutes

Training Objectives

Reflect on the meaning of character and integrity
Analyze quotes from historical figures for insights into ethical behavior
Discuss the relationship between character, leadership, and success
Practice character, integrity in personal, professional settings
Foster a culture of values-driven decision-making
Inspire ethical leadership and positive societal impact

Course Overview

Delve into the timeless wisdom of historical luminaries as they share profound insights on character and integrity. From Oprah Winfrey's perspective on real integrity to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s emphasis on timely actions, this course presents a collection of quotes that provoke reflection and discussion on ethical behavior, leadership, and personal values. Explore how Abraham Lincoln likened character to a tree and its reputation to a shadow, or how Benjamin Franklin linked greatness with goodness. These quotes serve as guiding lights, encouraging learners to contemplate their own values and ethical compass in both personal and professional spheres.

Uncover the essence of integrity, purpose-driven efforts, self-perception versus reputation, resilience in adversity, ethical decision-making, and the symbiosis of greatness and goodness. Engage in discussions that challenge perceptions and inspire actions aligned with core values. This course transcends time, offering timeless guidance for personal and professional development grounded in character and integrity.

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According to Oprah Winfrey, what defines real integrity?

Real integrity, according to Oprah Winfrey, is doing the right thing knowing that nobody's going to know whether you did it or not.

How does Theodore Roosevelt describe the significance of character?

Theodore Roosevelt compares character to caring about one's own judgment of their actions, highlighting the essence of personal integrity.

What message does Eleanor Roosevelt convey about the criterion of worth?

Eleanor Roosevelt emphasizes that only a person's character serves as the real criterion of worth, suggesting that true value lies in one's integrity and actions.

How does Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. emphasize the importance of timing in ethical actions?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stresses that the time is always right to do what is right, underlining the urgency and timeless relevance of ethical behavior.

What qualities does Dwight D. Eisenhower highlight as crucial for leadership success?

Dwight D. Eisenhower asserts that the supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity, underscoring its indispensable role in achieving real success.

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