After you list the principles, check out your understanding of the principles with a trusted colleague, friend, or family member. Most of us don't make a habit of discussing universal principles in the course of a normal day, but if you do, you will discover the similarities in your and others' lists. You will validate the universal quality of the principles and will likely forge deeper connections with the people around you.
- Chapter 3. Your Moral Compass
- from Moral Intelligence Enhancing Business Performance and Leadership Success
- Publisher: Pearson Business
- Released: May 2005
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