There is immeasurable value in the knowledge and experience that allows us to be adaptable, versatile, and capable of continuing to serve. But a greater value may be found in helping those among us find new strategies and opportunities to succeed.
Your title, last name, birthright, or school you graduated from, doesn’t determine your success or significance.
If you want to find out what employees really want, I’ve just given you a top secret tip that’s worth a million dollars. Simply appreciate your employees and make them feel valuable and your employee engagement will skyrocket!
If we routinely see one value give way too easily to another in our daily lives, then our values summarily become increasingly vulnerable to compromise, and ultimately a trend of ‘unethical behavior’.
When you are not able to act on your personal values and purpose while in the workplace, you are hiding your best self.
The military has a feedback approach as part of an upgrade of training and development programs for generals, admirals, members of their security detail, executive staff and even spouses.
Everything in life that is significant in value has been tested over and over again. In fact it is the rigorous testing of a product or service that ensures it’s quality over time.