If you have a question or concern related to integrity
in leadership, please submit it using the form below.
Our reader participation column is called Integrity
Matters and addresses important concerns
related to integrity in leadership. When integrity issues
are addressed appropriately, individuals and organizations
thrive. Integrity begins and ends with responsive listening.
When integrity issues are ignored, individuals and organizations
wither. Integrity issues are defined as those obstacles
that compromise your best use of your talents, personally
As a free service, Ask Bracher responds to your
questions and concerns. Integrity
Matters is just one way the Bracher Center
provides insights to restore integrity. Please note
that due to the number of questions and concerns the
Bracher Center receives, we cannot guarantee
a timely response to every message. However, should
your question be selected, it may also be published
anonymously in Jim Bracher's newspaper column, Integrity
Responses are found in our Resources
section and published in
The Californian in Salinas and El Sol de Salinas.
What causes people to lie, cheat and steal?
With all of the cheating in corporations, the sports
world and in marriages, is integrity becoming an "old
school" relic? Who still honors commitments?