What remains is for us to make the case for character development. Simply stated, we believe that case has four parts. First, individuals can
work on developing their own character strengths. Second, organizations can contribute to character development of both individuals and the character of the organization itself. Third, these processes must occur if individuals and organizations are to be successful in the contexts within which they operate. And finally, the results from character development will yield critical benefits to the individual and the organization, thereby justifying the effort it takes.