Leadership is About Helping Other Implement Values

The values you hold determine how you evaluate action. Successful people are people who have accurately and consistently implemented their values. Leaders are those who have helped a others implement them. Normally this is a group who implement them together. We call this a successful company, congregation, school, or non-profit.
Many people cite a long list of values. A counselor, would say, look at what a person does; this is what they value. In a group, however, sometimes it is very difficult to implement values. The social structure of the group tends to be stronger than the moral will of the individual. That is why good leaders are priceless — they enable the mission to be met.
What values do you wish you could implement? Is your organization living up to the values you hold most dear? How well, then, is the group meeting its mission?
Would you like a confidential reflection on this; investigating your own practise of management and leadership> Would you like a structured conversation with your group? I can facilitate that meeting (meaning bring structure so the conversation happens.) Is there a particular value you feel your organization is not living up to, but you would like to find solutions for shift? Call me. We can get it done. 512-249-7629

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