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Our Integrity

The Kyte Post

By Kevin Haynes, Kyte Founder and CEO

Sunday, July 17, 2016
Kyte Post Section: The Kyte Post

At, ethics and integrity must be involved in everything we do. We’ve often discussed these two very important things together, but their meanings are disparate, even though they are very closely related. So, let’s talk about the two individually.

I believe we can all experience a better world when ethics are at the core of operations. We require an ethical environment so we can concentrate on the orders we were hired to do, without worrying about what fallout may occur because we were forced to work with immoral individuals. No one wants the worry that comes with not knowing if your family will be there for you when you need them the most.

When someone has an egotistical attitude about their life and their loved ones, a lack of integrity is often tied to that. As partners on a mission, we owe it to ourselves and to the communities we serve to never tolerate selfishness. There just isn’t any room for egos and/or less than ethical behavior at KyteSketch.

Having integrity in our work means being accountable, diligent and responsible; but integrity is also about strength. The foundation of our company is partly based on the diligence and accountability each of us put into your postcards. That’s why we put the “power-move” mentality into every individual we work with. When I think of the people in my personal life and career who I have admired for their integrity, it was because they were true to their principles and exhibited sound judgement.

And when it comes to integrity, the greatest example is when people continue to maintain their reliability, even when doing so could inconvenience them. These are the people you want on your team. These are the people we want on the Kyte team.

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