Category Archives: values

Tips for Testing Your Strategic Plan

Here are some questions I will be asking in the next few months, “tips” for my clients, new and existing, regarding strategy and execution. ¬†Some are for-profit companies and some are non-profits. All have at stake their own success and … Continue reading

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Becoming the Value-Based, Purpose-Driven Leader

“If you are not self-reflective, how can you know yourself? If you do not know yourself, how can you lead yourself? If you cannot lead yourself, how can you lead others?” ~Harry M. Kraemer,¬†From Values to Action: The Four Principles … Continue reading

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Pick a Value, Any Value

Everyone says they have Core Values, even though most people cannot say exactly what they are. Many people want to live by a well-articulated set of Core Values, but struggle with getting just the right ones identified, named or described. … Continue reading

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