Are you looking out…or in?
An executive that fully embraces the intersection of personal and organizational core values can unknowingly fall into an unproductive trap. It is developing a culture that uses the values as a judgement tool of others rather than a transformational tool of self.
A values-based organization requires a leader’s on-going inner-work to ever have an outward impact. Without a consistent inward focus, we can find ourselves violating our own values in the midst of our outward observation of others. If we find ourselves looking-out more than looking-in, we are typically on a path to becoming a better judge than a leader.
Without a consistent inward focus, we can find ourselves violating our own values. Click To Tweet
In the comments below, share an example of where you have violated one of your own values in the midst of “helping” others on theirs.