When your personal beliefs align with your organizational beliefs you are able to work freely, confidently and be yourself in everything that you do.
If you are achieving the result you desire it is because your beliefs are leading you to that end.
Business executives looking for a competitive advantage today are, more and more, wanting their people to be accountable. The problem is that for some time now society has misunderstood what accountability really is.
Accountability is not a business tool, technique or tactic. Accountability cannot be mandated, dictated or stipulated. Accountability is something that happens on a very visceral level as people learn to really value people and as relationships are built.
Discover how it takes more than skill to create a baseball team or a great organization. Relationships, common values and focus on a singular mission are critical to achieving goals as a team.
It’s ok to run your business based on what you believe. It’s even preferred. The problem is that many organizations do not know what they believe.
When you take the time to look at what you value as a person you will come up with many items. Each of us has a values fingerprint that is unique from everyone else. If you listed your top 7 values they would have different elements or be prioritized differently from anyone else’s.
A few years back, I was watching the women’s finals tennis match at Wimbledon. The announcer commented about eventual winner Serena Williams’ concentration and focus. He said, “Serena knows how to keep her eyes on the prize.” What a great way of saying what all professionals must do! Most business people don’t achieve their highest possible success because they get …
Values, veneration and vision are the three elements of quality leadership. Used individually, your organization can expect to see a minor impact. Used together, these concepts create a powerful synergistic force that can turn failing organizational environments into profitable and marketable companies. This synergistic force is the difference between the organization that will be going out of business and the …