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High Performance with High Integrity by Ben W. Heineman, Jr. deals with having integrity in business, starting in the highest echelons of a company. Heineman maintains that companies have to have a culture of integrity that starts with the CEO, and that such a culture will gradually permeate the business. Having such a culture is good for a business, as it helps in conducting business overseas, and keeps the company from becoming embroiled in scandal. Since Heineman had been involved with General Electric for many years as their general counsel before writing this book, he knows what he’s talking about! Heineman also makes a point of giving specific examples of things CEOs can do to create a culture of integrity, rather than making blanket statements about how integrity is a good thing to have. Although I skimmed large chunks of the book, I found that it gave me a lot of information about CEOs and business policies.
Believe that you are being mentally and physically disturb by the society and the surroundings your in. Although your willing to get help and climbed to even greater heights of being helped. The story seems to turn teens away by the title but can strongly bring you to better understanding of the society. Coming to life with Lisa and her friends you begin to understand how much reality affect you. Lisa need for help is being tested by the environment she's in and people she's hurting. Through this it shows the inner and outer of Lisa life and begins to study of her illness. Frameing on her sickness the Friends/Family of Lisa knows her Bright/Dark side and knows that society can sometimes effect the people in it.