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  1. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY

  2. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY • Speaking and acting in accordance with the truth • Keeping every promise we make • Integrity = words and actions are consistent with values and principles • Dishonesty • deceiving, misleading, misrepresenting the truth • Hypocrisy • pretending to be something/someone we are not

  3. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY Every social activity, every human enterprise requiring people to act in concert, is impeded when people are not honest with one another. – William J. Bennett Ainsley Hayes White House Attorney Unexpected candor - Must Love Dogs Treachery among the Sawi

  4. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY HONEST Trust Authenticity Commitment DISHONEST Betrayal Emotional injury Termination

  5. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY It’s sometimes easy to lie • To get out of trouble • To look good to others • To avoid facing our failure • To protect somebody’s feelings

  6. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY Verbal deception cues curt replies hesitation during speech speech errors more “allness” terms defensiveness Nonverbal deception cues less smiling higher voice pitch blinking and pupil dilation nervous self-touching

  7. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY Be honest with yourself Admit past failures in honesty or integrity Make reparations if appropriate Choose honest friends We become like the people we spend time with Hold your friends accountable Be a good model for others Younger kids look up to you as a college student

  8. What is it? What is the result? How do I communicate it? How do I develop it? Readings and Applications HONESTY • Required Readings • How honesty and belief collide in the Santa Claus myth • Katie Couric’s tribute to a life of integrity – Rev. Billy Graham • Yet, like all of us, Rev. Graham sometimes has to walk a fine line • When Presidents Lie – an essay about official deception • Communicating deception - some key points from Ekman’s book Telling Lies: Clues to Deceit in the Marketplace, Politics, and Marriage • Prompt for Today’s Journal Entry • Refer to relevant readings above as you discuss civility vs. candor. For example, is it ever acceptable to misrepresent or omit the truth? Where do you draw the line between kindness and deception?