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    implementing decisions in stressful situations. To handle the situations, the leader should posses a set of strong core values that compliment their leadership traits and attributes. Some of the main core values include loyalty, duty, respect, honor, honesty, integrity, humility, selflessness, motivation etc. The qualities that an effective leader possesses can be different, but there are learned skills and core values that must exist regardless of the leadership style used.

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    Every person needs to have some basic principles to guide their lives. These principles for example can define, in a clear and simple way, what is right and what is wrong. They help shape how we will live our life and facilitates the decisions we may need to take specially at difficult times or crossroads. These principles are molded by parents, relatives and groups we may be part of as we grow and help to form our character as individuals. As we become adults most of those principles are part of

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    experiences that affected its result. As we travel from the small log cabin in Kentucky to the simple townhouse in Washington, D.C. where Lincoln breathed his last breaths, we will see a pattern of a life that was lived to its utmost capacity in honesty, truth, and integrity. Abraham Lincoln was born in 1908 in a small farmhouse in Kentucky. A year after Abraham's mother (Nancy Lincoln) died of milk sickness, his father, Thomas Lincoln, realized that he couldn't support the family and parent

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    It was once said that the family is the cornerstone of American society, and the foundation of our freedom. Families satisfy the human desire to belong, and help to promote those values we cherish most. Yet with each passing year, more American families are becoming subject to tragedies such as divorce, neglect, and estrangement. In his novel The Last Song, author Nicholas Sparks depicts the lives of three young people whose families are all being torn apart by one of these things. Many of the negative

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    1. Issues creating conflict in the scenario. Conflict refers to struggle or ideological differences between at least two or more parties, who have different tastes, perceive incompatible goals and objectives, scare resources and interference from others in achieving their desire. Issues that create conflict between Jim and Sarah in the scenario are their individual taste and preference. The two share work space and whereas Jim prefers listening to radio while he works, Sarah prefers very quite environment

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    Jesus said that He is “the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (JN 14:6, KJV). Jesus is truth. God is light. The Bible is clear about the importance of honesty. “He that walketh upright walketh surely: but he that perverteth his ways shall be known” (PR10:9. KJV). Walking upright is integrity. It is from this concept that the sayings related to hanging one’s head with shame have come. In society, we should all be ashamed, for it has become a place where

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    A doctor requires more than just academic skill; a range of non-cognitive qualities are required for a doctor to provide the best quality care for their patients. For example, communication skills and problem-solving1 as well as honesty and being hard-working. Probity can be defined as being honest and decent and withholding strong moral principles2. The GMC outlines the importance of probity in the GMC guidance for Medical students: professional values and fitness to practise3 and highlights the

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    believe that there are no two exactly alike. People's ethics and values are instilled by one's culture, background and environment. In my family, traditional values were very important to our upbringing. The concepts of religion, family, unity, honesty, and education were instilled at an early age. We were taught to obey and that the first duty of a child was to make our parents proud. I learned very early in my life about diversity, being one of six children brought up by the same set of parents

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    does not mean anything any longer. The code of ethics I have created for myself will include: honesty/integrity, sincerity, representing your client in the best of your ability- do not make it a competition, provide all evidence you have- even if it weakens your case, and keeping professionalism not only inside the courtroom but also outside the courtroom. The first code of ethics I used is honesty.

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    The narrator in Cathedral is seen to be biased in many aspects as a result of the way he views and perceives the world around him. In the very first few pages of the book, we see the narrator’s blurred vision on the way he sees his life, that of his wife and that of the entire world in general. The approach the narrator has towards life seems unhappy and insecure. In the wake of the events that happened to his wife in the past, the narrator shows some sense of insecurity. The feeling of insecurity

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