Integrity

The Courage to Meet the Demands of Reality

Henry Cloud

Book

Integrity—more than simple honesty, it's the key to success. A person with integrity has the ability to pull everything together, to make it all happen no matter how challenging the circumstances. Drawing on experiences from his work, Dr. Henry Cloud, a clinical psychologist, leadership coach, corporate consultant and nationally syndicated radio host, shows how our character can keep us from achieving all we want to (or could) be.

In Integrity, Dr. Cloud explores the six qualities of character that define integrity, and how people with integrity:

  • Are able to connect with others and build trust
  • Are oriented toward reality
  • Finish well
  • Embrace the negative
  • Are oriented toward increase
  • Have an understanding of the transcendent

Integrity is not something that you either have or don't, but instead is an exciting growth path that all of us can engage in and enjoy.

Author

Henry Cloud

Henry Cloud

Dr. Henry Cloud is an acclaimed leadership expert, psychologist, and New York Times bestselling author whose books have sold over 10 million copies. In 2014, Success magazine named Dr. Cloud one of the top 25 most influential leaders in personal growth and development. He graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BS in psychology and completed his PhD in clinical psychology at Biola University.

Reviews

“Let Henry Cloud teach you how to live an authentic life. This is a must-read!” —Ken Blanchard, Co-Author, The One-Minute Manager

“Dr. Cloud will show you how to produce the results you are looking for in your work and personal life.” —Dr. Phil McGraw, #1 New York Times bestselling author and host of the Dr. Phil show

“Dr. Henry Cloud is an expert in helping leaders see hos their character development is essential to their effectiveness.” —Denis Beausejour, Consultant and former Global Vice President of Marketing, The Procter & Gamble Company

“[Integrity] lays out a transparent way to be a terrific leader by drawing on and improving your best traits.” New York Times