At least not for me. I am one of the most honest people in my work place and I certainly believe that covering up fault and skewing facts intentionally does no good for anyone involved.
However, I also have come across and been involved in conflicts that arose from differing perspectives of a situation. Both parties honestly believed they were telling the truth, but they were doing so with lack of facts or through the filter of personal perspective. We should not jump to the conclusion that someone is being dishonest without open dialog and understanding. That's my point. Rash judgement is easily as much of an issue as dishonesty.
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