Embedding integrity in value systems

INTEGRITY is a word we often hear, but do we know how to define it?

“Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.” This simple yet powerful quote by Irish-born scholar and novelist CS Lewis tells us that integrity is heavily dependent on what each individual believes to be right or wrong and also on how we choose to behave.

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