a) Study the components of integrity (10no.)
i. incorruptibility: incapable of corruption, that is, incapable of being bribed or morally corrupted.
ii. truthfulness: one of the qualities of being honest and not containing or telling any lies.
iii. accountability: the fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility. for example – “lack of accountability has corroded public respect for business and political leaders”
iv. keeping promises: fulfilling and being faithful to a promise that one has made. It lays the foundation for trust and respect. When our behavior is consistent, it allows others to build faith in us. Nurturing this behavior in children early on begins a pattern that leads to reliability and personal integrity.
v. Honesty: is a facet of moral character that connotes positive and virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness, straightforwardness, including straightforwardness of conduct, along with the absence of lying, cheating, theft, etc.
vi. impeccable character: a character that is flawless, faultless, unblemished, spotless, stainless, untarnished and perfect
vii. positive role model: someone who inspires others to live a meaning and purposeful life. An exemplar, mentor or shinning example.
viii trustworthiness: the ability to be relied on as honest or truthful.
ix. justice and fairness: the concept of fairness is closely related to that of justice. Distinguishing the two, fairness involves voluntary interactions with other individuals, whereas justice is meted out by an impartial third party (Wilson, 2012).
x. sense of responsibility – check accountability above. Being held accountable is personal and individual, meaning it cannot be shared and belongs to only one person. Conversely, responsibility can be shared and divided among team members, collectively working towards a goal.
xi. non partisanship: is a lack of affiliation with, and a lack of bias toward, a political party etc.
b) Appraise areas of personal failure
c) Carry out spiritual exercises including repentance for strength