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In 1983, AT&T Long Lines was recognized as having the best EAP program in the country by the Association of LaborManagement Administrators and Consultants on Alcoholism (ALMACA). In the late 1970s, AT&T had a few fitness centers scattered about the country. They were all operating independently and there were no real standards to ensure safety and positive conditioning. When Dr. Johnson wanted to expand the fitness centers and standardize the physical conditions, processes, and procedures, she again met with resistance.

Undaunted, Dorothea found a sponsor who would fund her effort. Based on the results of the pilot she conducted in a few locations, she was able to broaden the scope and depth of the program. Over the next few years, she produced four award-winning videotapes on blood donation. In 1993, the American Association of Blood Banks gave the Presidential Award to AT&T for outstanding commitment to the promotion and support of voluntary blood donation programs. This is soul leadership. In every case, Dorothea started out with one-on-one meetings until she found a champion.

We actively look for ways to help our stakeholders succeed. Integrity In healthy communities, there is an emphasis on ethical leadership. Norms found in an organization that values integrity might include: • We are reflective—we try to do the right thing. • We are honest—we say what we mean. • We are reliable—we do what we say. • We are forthright—we openly communicate our reasons for positions we take. • We are steadfast—we stay the course in the face of criticism and risk. 26 I. How to Recognize a Healthy Community B.

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