10HonestyThere are two types of honesty:CommunicationsConduct
11Honesty: Communications Truthfulness – representing facts and intentions to the best of one’s knowledgeSincerity – being genuine without trickery or duplicityCandor – volunteering information another person would want to know; being frank, forthright, and open
12Honesty: Conduct Playing by the rules — no cheating Being trustworthy with others’ property — no stealing
13Honesty Do: Tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth Be sincereBe forthright and candidDon’t:LieCheatStealBe sneaky, tricky, or deceptive
15Promise-KeepingPromise-keeping is a vital moral aspect of reliability.Promises create duties beyond legal obligations.People have a right to rely on us to perform what we commit to do whether or not there is an enforceable obligation.
16Reliability and Promise-Keeping Keep your word.Honor your commitments.Be dependable — do what you’re supposed to do, return what you borrow, pay your debts.Show up where and when you’re supposed to.Be prepared — do your homework and bring what you need to do your work.
18Loyalty Synonyms: fidelity, allegiance These denote faithfulness, as to a person or a cause.Fidelity implies the unfailing fulfillment of one's duties and obligations and strict adherence to vows or promises.Allegiance is faithfulness, as to a government or state to which one is subject. It is considered a duty.
19LoyaltyDoStand by, stick up for, and protect your family, friends, school, and countryBe a good friendLook out for those who care about youKeep secretsDon’tBetray a trustLet your friends hurt themselvesDo anything wrong, even for a friend or so others will like youAsk a friend to do anything wrongSpread hurtful rumors or gossip