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Having integrity, being honest, and showing loyalty.
All other leadership characteristics (intelligence, diligence, having integrity, and so on), whether a person is born with them or develops them, depend on possessing a true leadership yearning.
Muneer who is also patron-in-chief of United Business Group (UBG) the largest alliance of chambers in the country enjoying 80 percent overwhelming majority in FPCCI, told on Saturday that the best of the best dedicated candidates having integrity, especially the educated youth, have been fielded with consensus in a democratic manner, he added.
In spite of, on the face of it, Ed Miliband having integrity, which no-one could credit Blair and his cronies with to regain the trust of the electorate.
Rightly or wrongly, the region sometimes gets accused of having integrity issues," he said.
McClaren's departure doesn't necessarily look that good on his CV, but fair play to him for having integrity and sticking to his guns.
Among the most achievable is the matter of having integrity, the justice of equal opportunity, and the symbolism of participation in decision-making, even though the choice in Egypt is one of worse and even worse.
If you work to establish only a single personal strength, focus on being known for having integrity.
Our actions and words will eventually point us toward having a reputation for having integrity or not having integrity.
I take every dish on its own merit I look at each dish as having integrity.
We feel we have built and maintained a strong foundation by having integrity in our transactions.
It's not about money, it's the intangible rewards - having integrity and doing what you say you're going to do.