Your morals should be reflected in everything you do. Your staff, patients and business associates should be able to identify the truths you hold closest to you. They should be evident when you wake up in the morning and as you go about your day.
However, you need to also have the highest moral leadership standards. "Your character is always on display." (Leadership Every Day, Pg. 9)
It is important that no matter what decisions you are making that you do not lose your high belief systems. If patient care is what you uphold then everything you do in your office should reflect high patient care.
If you are open and honest and caring then as you talk and work with your staff they should know this about you and be able to identify if. Our morals are the beliefs that we hold closest to us and they are what we want others to see.
Build relationships with other individuals who have the same belief systems you do. This will help you if you come up against a troubled situation. In times of question dig deep down and go back to your truths.
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