5Practice Your Values

We increase integrity by constantly monitoring our lack of integrity.

We are all hypocrites. We all have values we do not live. We refuse to see our hypocrisy. Yet seeing our hypocrisy is the potential motor for change. There is so much pain we are willing to close our integrity gaps. Then we exercise the courage to change. Instead of fearing uncertainty, we welcome it…

Bill Tolbert

It is important to be clear about your authentic values, leadership principles, and ethical boundaries so that you can put them into practice when leading. Living your values enables you to make sound decisions and, more important, enables others to trust you. In looking critically at your actions under pressure, you will learn from times ...

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