In order to server your people well you have to know them. Listen as Sam shares the importance of knowing each of the people we serve and knowing them well!
When leadership is indecisive it has a profound effect on the people they lead. Leaders want their employees to bring innovative new ideas and possibilities to the table. The ability to consistently receive those new ideas is based on the consistency that leadership takes in encouraging and embracing the new ideas.
Organizational values teach, “how we do things here.” Organizational values teach the boundaries of an organization. Organizational values provide the guardrails that you must stay within.
It appears that Google has a handle on defining, teaching and living the values. As a matter of fact Google is well known for their values and the impact the values have on creating their unique culture.
The President of the United States has traditionally been a leader, a leader of our government and a leader of the free world. It is a different time and place now. Several events have happened recently that illustrate that the president has become a title and a position and that he is not a leader.
Great communication can transform change into a very positive vehicle for growth. Though great communication you will build the relationships necessary to make change just a decision.
This is the problem with leadership today. Leadership is never about the leader. Leadership is always about the people who are being lead. This means that the idea of “self-leadership” is really a total falsehood. You can’t lead if you don’t have people to lead. And, if you have people to lead, people you are responsible for, then it is always about them.
It is critical that you communicate with your team through the Terms of Change. When you provide this vital information then you are transparency and you create trust. Change then is just a decision.
There is a connection between decisions and change. Learn about connecting decisions to values and driving change through transparent relationships.
Building an organization’s success around a set of core values is the most powerful way to engage people and encourage accountability.
It is critical that the leader of an organization is consistent in their beliefs and actions.