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From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership by Harry M. Jansen Kraemer

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UNDERSTANDING SELF-REFLECTION

There is no right or wrong way to engage in self-reflection. The key is to find time when you can be silent and really focus on what matters most. Some people are able to do this when they are jogging or walking, others while they are commuting by train or car. For some, it is when they pray or meditate. You focus on the inner voice, rather than the outside noise.

My personal time for self-reflection is often at the end of each day, when my work and family activities have been completed. I've made my phone calls and sent my e-mails. I've exercised, and my children are in bed. In these quiet moments, I reflect on the day that is coming to a close, the impact that I have made, and the impact that others have made on ...

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