IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity

  1. Copyright

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity is published by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, Minneapolis, MN...

  2. Dedication

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    I dedicate this book to my family who helped me with my integrity. One of my greatest hopes is that my daughters have integrity throughout their entire lives; because if they do . . . I know they will be happy...

  3. Acknowledgments

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    My sincere thanks go to Margaret Hambleton, Dan Roach, Gerry Zack, and Joel A. Rogers for agreeing to be interviewed for this book and for their meaningful contributions on this important topic. They are amongst the most amazing of many amazing compliance and ethics professionals that I have had the opportunity to work with over the past 23 years...

  4. Foreword

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Brian Back  | March 2020 

    When Roy asked me to lunch and told me about his idea for this book, I knew it would be a really complex topic to write about. But I thought, Roy is the right person to take this on. He has the unique ability to cut through complex topics and provide clear and concise summaries and thoughts...

  5. Introduction. Why Integrity?

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    “Integrity isn’t just doing the right thing when no one is looking. Integrity is doing the unpopular but right thing when the pressure is on and everyone is looking.”—Gerry Zack, SCCE & HCCA CEO...

  6. Chapter 1. The Greatest Honesty is to Ourselves

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    “Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become.”[1] —Steve Jobs, cofounder and former Apple Inc. CEO...

  7. Chapter 2. The Bias Effect

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    “If one were to attempt to identify a single problematic aspect of human reasoning that deserves attention above all others, the confirmation bias would have to be among the candidates for consideration.”[1] —Raymond S. Nickerson, Tufts University Research Professor of Psychology...

  8. Chapter 3. The Truth and Civil Debate

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    “Don't raise your voice; improve your argument.”[1] —Desmond Tutu, Human Rights and Anti-apartheid Activist...

  9. Chapter 4. Critical Thinking-Integrity's Best Tool

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    “We put too much of a premium on presenting and not enough on substance and critical thinking.”[1] —Susan Cain, Author, Lecturer, and cofounder of Quiet Revolution...

  10. Conclusion

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    While doing research for this book, I found people working hard to promote a society with individuals who seek truth and have integrity. I found a groundswell of growing awareness and disdain for the post-truth era. Then I had an integrity epiphany. I saw the signs of big change...

  11. Further Reading

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    Here are some of the top books I recommend for learning more about critical thinking, investigations, civil discourse, honesty, ethics, and integrity...

  12. About the Author

    IntegrityWorks: Tools and Skills to Build Integrity  | Author: Roy Snell  | March 2020 

    Roy J. Snell is a cofounder and former CEO of the Health Care Compliance Association and the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics. As a former administrator at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota, he worked in IT, the business office, and laboratories. He is the former compliance officer for the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation and Hospital and also worked briefly for Deloitte and PricewaterhouseCoopers as a consultant in the compliance area. Roy is a frequent speaker and writer on subjects related to the compliance profession. He is currently working for SCCE & HCCA as a strategic advisor to the CEO. Roy has a...