What is Probity with examples

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Probity refers to honesty, integrity, and moral uprightness in one’s actions and behavior. It entails adhering to strong ethical principles and being trustworthy and fair in all dealings.


Here are some examples of probity:

1. A politician who refuses to accept bribes and makes decisions solely based on the welfare of the public, demonstrating a high level of probity.

2. An accountant who diligently ensures accuracy and transparency in financial records, exemplifying probity in handling sensitive financial information.

3. A business leader who maintains open and honest communication with employees, customers, and stakeholders, fostering an     environment of trust and probity.

4. A student who resists the temptation to cheat on exams and maintains academic honesty, displaying probity in their academic pursuits.

These examples illustrate individuals exhibiting probity in different contexts, showcasing their commitment to ethical conduct and moral principles.

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