Most everyone has heard of the Golden Rule – and often times we associate it with Christianity’s “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
The essence of respect is to show regard for the worth of people (including yourself). Our ethical duty is to treat everyone with respect.
We’re pleased to invite Iowans to contribute to our mission through submitting a guest blog. Today’s guest blog is from Trent Grundmeyer, Principal at Hampton-Dumont High School.
In a recent post, we asked a few questions about when it was okay to lie. We received lots of great feedback and discussion on the issue, and so we will continue the discussion over the next few weeks.
It is a big week for apologies.
Some days begin or end with news that has the power to make our hearts feel heavy. Such was the way we began our morning yesterday, September 13, 2009.
Over the next several weeks, we’ll be highlighting each of the Six Pillars of Character – trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. Maybe we’ll all think about the Pillars differently after spending time focusing on each one. Let’s get started with trustworthiness.
We’re pleased to invite Iowans to contribute to our mission through submitting a guest blog. Today’s guest blog is from Kathe Breheny, Director Corporate Communications at Central Iowa Power Cooperative (CIPCO).
Take a minute today to use your imagination – pretend that you have just arrived from another planet. New to earth, you take a look around and gather information about earth and its inhabitants.