You now have a better idea what your values are, and you are looking to make better decisions based on them - if not, check out the workbook here. And it should not make a difference if this is personal or professional. At some point, you are going to have to live them out loud. … Continue reading Living your values out loud
People speaking up about a hairy issue is absolutely crucial for your business, for communities and for society. Because you want to know what really really goes on, and because you want to have the kind of place where people feel comfortable to speak up when something is not going right. Speaking up can feel … Continue reading Values and integrity: Supporting others
Often, we go by "does that value resonate" instead of having the conversation what it means. Don't run this on assumptions. Have the conversation.
Too many commitments can weigh you down and prevent you from reaching your goals. Focus! Say no! Rope in other people!
Your values as a leader will always shine through anyway. Even better if you can invite open conversations. Let your values guide the way (success and integrity are two of mine that I had great conversations around). During crunch times, you are going to be glad you initiated these. What helps you breach the subject?