Integrity Matters is a timely, thought-provoking book. Authors Jim Bracher and Dan Halloran briefly examine the decline of morality in the United States (and its effects on individuals as well as private, religious, commercial and political institutions), and then provide suggestions for changing this situation. Our current “moral malaise,” the authors argue, is the result of a decline in integrity throughout many aspects of American life (e.g., personal and economic).
The book addresses three fundamental questions:”What is integrity?” “Where has it gone?” and, most importantly, “How can we restore it?” The authors tackle these questions by dissecting integrity into eight facets or attributes, and examining each in great detail.
Using real-life examples presented in both a reader-friendly question/response format as well as traditional narrative, this book offers valuable ideas and suggestions for restoring trust and integrity at the personal and organizational level. Integrity Matters is amust read for those who sense that a form of moral illness is spreading through American society-and who want to do something about it.
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