2. You can't expect honest followers if you model dishonesty.
3. The higher you go, the more visible your integrity or lack of it becomes.
4. "Insignificant" dishonest acts usually beget larger acts of dishonesty.
5. In times of crisis, adversity and temptation, a leader's integrity becomes most evident.
6. Integrity is exhibited in actions, not pronouncements of intention.
7. Honesty and integrity pays off in the long-term, though they may involve losses and sacrifices short-term.
8. An organization with an ethical code and system of safeguards can create more consistently honest leaders.
9. Act as if someone else with more power than you is watching.
Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. (II Corinthians 4:16)