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Which people do you look to for criticism? Which metrics are you relying on to tell you if you're doing a good job? Who tells you if you're on to something? Alas, most of us usually look in the wrong place.
When anyone takes a job, they must perform the duties of that job, or they won’t have it for long. How they perform those duties matters, but at the end of the day, that fact that they did perform their duties matters most. That’s what we’ll call “taking care of business.”
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Not every journey you take with your team will be to a tropical destination with a nearby amusement park. Sometimes it’s across the street, while other times you’ll be heading to the moon and stars beyond.
A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both. ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower
Values are the principles that influence and guide a team’s behavior. When and where they’re absent, self-interest reigns supreme. People begin to protect their own turf, putting their own power and privileges ahead of the well being of the team.
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What are your team’s top three core values? What are you doing to safeguard them from the threats of time, turnover, and/or growth?
“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself and you are the easiest person to fool.” The article noted that the actions of many of the actors in these unfortunate events “rarely seem to have recognized the path they were going down because they decided to fool themselves.”
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