Dependability

Dependability
(vs. Inconsistency)

Fulfilling what I consented to do, even if it means unexpected sacrifice

To practice Dependability I will:

Dependability is a twoway street. We depend on people and things and there are people and things that depend on us. Being dependable means we recognize and overcome obstacles that get in the way of delivering on a promise - even if the obstacle is a result of someone else not being dependable to us. On its most basic level, it means doing what we say we will do. At a deeper level, it also means saying and doing the right things. It is l o o k i n g b e y o n d ourselves to the community as a whole and realizing that our individual failures have an affect on others and sometimes can ripple beyond what we can immediately see.

This Seriedad Vs. Contradicción Cumplir mi palabra incluso si signifique sacrificio inesperado month, practice dependability by overcoming fears and obstacles to follow through on those promises and people to which we are committed.

"The greatest ability is dependability." - Bob Jones

"Build for your team a feeling of oneness, of dependence on one another and of strength to be derived by unity." - Vince Lombardi

Resources

In My School

Educator Bulletin on Dependability


The Character Council also offers faith-based resources for use in religious schools, church groups and families.


Dependability page