Twenty-five Principles of Considerate Conduct

The Twenty-five Principles of Considerate Conduct

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By Dr. P.M. Forni

  • Pay Attention
  • Acknowledge Others
  • Think the Best
  • Listen
  • Be Inclusive
  • Speak Kindly
  • Don’t Speak Ill
  • Accept and Give Praise
  • Respect Even a Subtle “NO”
  • Respect Others’ Opinions
  • Mind Your Body
  • Be Agreeable
  • Keep It Down (and Rediscover Silence)
  • Respect Other People’s Time
  • Respect Other People’s Space
  • Apologize Earnestly
  • Assert Yourself
  • Avoid Personal Questions
  • Care for Your Guests
  • Be a Considerate Guest
  • Think Twice Before Asking for Favors
  • Refrain from Idle Complaints
  • Accept and Give Constructive Criticism
  • Respect the Environment and Be Gentle to Animals
  • Don’t Shift Responsibility and Blame

http://krieger.jhu.edu/civility

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