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Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Trustworthiness

Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Trustworthiness

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Trustworthiness Definition

Trustworthiness Definition

Being honest and reliable in carrying out commitments, duties, and obligations.

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Trustworthiness Example

Trustworthiness Example

Always return items I have borrowed.

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Trustworthiness Example

Trustworthiness Example

When others count on me to do what I say I will do.

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Trustworthiness Words

Trustworthiness Words

honesty

integrity

loyalty

reliability

promise

trust

reputation

commitment

obligation

truth

candor

confidence

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Loyalty Definition

Loyalty Definition

Making it a responsibility to promote and protect the interests of people and associations.

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Loyalty Example

Loyalty Example

A loyal person supports and protects family, friends, community, and country.

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Loyalty Example

Loyalty Example

A person whom is loyal doesnt gossip or talk behind the backs of others.

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Loyalty Example

Loyalty Example

A person who is loyal doesnt violate ethical principles and doesnt ask a friend to engage in wrongful activities.

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Integrity Definition Behaving the same ethical way in any situation or place; being your best self.

Integrity Definition

Behaving the same ethical way in any situation or place; being your best self.

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Integrity Example

Integrity Example

A person of integrity stands up for his/her beliefs about what is right and what is wrong.

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Integrity Example

Integrity Example

A person of integrity shows commitment, courage, and self-discipline.

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Integrity Example

Integrity Example

A person of integrity doesnt get involved in things that he/she thinks are wrong, even under social pressure.

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Trustworthiness Quotes

Trustworthiness Quotes

Be honorable yourself if you wish to associate with honorable people.

-Welsh Proverb

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