Several years ago a mentor shared his business plan with me. In part of it he wrote something he called a STAND. When I asked what that was, he said it was knowing what you stand for before you are faced with a situation and have to make a choice.
I’ve shared part of his leadership wisdom and how it impacted me in this previous Smart Blog Post: Why Leaders Need To Practice Compassionate Accountability
For the past several weeks I’ve been focused on another part of his STAND: “To Be Consistent, Fair, and Explainable in all that I do”.