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Are You Out of Sync With Your Values?

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The three levels of values and why you should understand them both for your organization and yourself.

 

Edgar Schein is a colossus for those of us who think hard about how people and organizations work. His core model explains corporate culture, and it’s one that we can take and use as we look to maximize our own potential and do work that makes a difference, work that matters.


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Dana Lescoe's curator insight, July 9, 2014 4:27 AM

Another great read and tool

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A Simple Way to Embed Your Values with Stories

A Simple Way to Embed Your Values with Stories | Inspirational Leadership | Scoop.it

How do you keep organizational values alive so people really know what they mean and care about them? Enter stories....


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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, August 2, 2013 9:01 AM

Nice infographic on how to keep your company's values alive by sharing stories.

Thank you again Kenneth for sharing this!

Kenneth Mikkelsen's comment, August 2, 2013 9:38 AM
You're welcome, Patricia. Happy to see you here - I just connected on Twitter with you. Look forward to following you on Scoop.it. Kind regards, Kenneth
Cruise Line Class's comment, August 3, 2013 10:16 PM
Thank you so very much Kenneth!!!
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What Leaders Get All Wrong About Leadership

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I did leadership all wrong for years. I held leadership positions without understanding effective leadership practices. My early education was in theology. Tragically, I had no training in leadership.

My leadership journey includes powerful, sometimes painful, shifts in attitudes and practice.

The first shift:

Leaders hold spotlights rather than stand in them.

I thought leaders were stars. But, leaders aren’t actors on center stage. They play supporting roles and work backstage. Most importantly, leaders are the audience.

Too many leaders need the spot light, too few give it.

Shakespeare said, “All the world’s a stage.” Think of an organization as a stage. Team members and employees are actors. Leaders are the audience.

Everyone needs an audience.

Actors crave audience approval. Audiences praise effort, achievement, and excellence. Cheers and whistles make work worthwhile.

Actors fear audience disapproval. Boos and jeers sting.

The power of respect is the power to build up others.
The more respect you earn the more your approval matters.

An audience helps people see themselves. A few summers ago my wife and I had a rare exchange of words. We were yelling over something that we’ve long forgotten. In the process it dawned on us that our windows were opened and the neighbors could hear. Oooops!

In a flash we saw ourselves through the eyes of others. We still laugh at how foolish we must have sounded to our “audience” and how quickly we quieted our volume.

Respected leaders help others see themselves.

Actors whisper, “Did you see so-n-so is here tonight?” when dignitaries sit in the audience.

Actors feel important when someone important is watching.

In my youth, I thought leaders stood on center stage. Now I know leaders are the audience.


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Civil servants, corruption and organizational misbehavior - Jakarta Post

Civil servants, corruption and organizational misbehavior Jakarta Post Nevertheless, as far as organizational behavior is concerned, such acts shape the mindset of the new wave of civil servants: teaching them that their unlawful act is permissible...
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10 Lessons In Defining Your Company Values

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Creating a Culture through Explicit ValuesValues are one of those things that can sound soft and squishy, especially in the context of a company. The reality - I have found - is actually quite the

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Anita's curator insight, May 16, 2013 1:18 PM

Do you know your company values?

Dana Lescoe's curator insight, July 9, 2014 4:26 AM

Excellent for future managers when establishing your company or sports management team!

Jacqui Hogan's curator insight, October 28, 2015 10:38 AM

Even if this approach is not your cup of tea, do you have a better way to entrench your core values? My own view is that if you define and practice your values at the top, almost everyone else will follow on. 

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Leaders with Values

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Management thought leaders share their ideas on values in business.


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Concise Storytelling for Leaders Video

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JD Schramm, Stanford GSB lecturer in organizational behavior and director of the Mastery in Communication Initiative, presents this workshop specifically des...

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Karen Dietz's comment, March 2, 2013 3:44 PM
I agree Annette! It would be a wonderful and enriching experience.
Flutura Decision Sciences & Analytics's comment, March 9, 2013 7:53 AM
Thanks Karen ... this was a brilliant share ... changed my perspective dramatically ...Keep them coming
Karen Dietz's comment, March 10, 2013 2:20 PM
Thank you Derick! So glad you found it helpful and I will keep 'em coming :))