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Truth 3: Values Drive Commitment

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Leanne Havely

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of Truth 3: Values Drive Commitment

What is my framework for living?
Truth 3: Values Drive Commitment
"Leadership is a relationship, and relationships are built on mutual understanding" (Kouzes & Posner, 2010, p. 43).
"You cannot fully commit to something that isn't important to you" (Kouzes & Posner, 2010, p. 31)
Must undergo the process of self discovery
"Me at my best self" activity in Admin 6100
You have to know your values and stand by your beliefs
The activity we did last Tuesday, reflect on those values and find clarity and conviction within them
Personal values clarity is more important than organizational clarity
Find your own true voice...do not speak in someone else's voice
There are between 150-250 words in the English language that define values, find the 5 that define you
Take charge of your life...
There will be tough times...it's all part of the adventure
"I realized there was no magic that was going to happen..." (Kouzes & Posner, 2010, p. 39)
You have to decide for yourself what course of action you must take
Listen to your heart and follow it...do not let others tell you that you are wrong
there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to values
"You are a leader, remember, not a dictator" (Kouzes & Posner, 2010, p. 41)
People will want to know you. They will want to know why they should follow you.
Be prepared to answer them...these are the things that are not on your resume
it's "not about getting others to conform to your point of view" (Kouzes & Posner, 2010, p. 41)
"Conformity produces compliance, not commitment" (Kouzes & Posner, 2010, p. 41).
Create a vision based on shared values and a vision that everyone can recognize as their own
Leadership is mostly about listening
gain a consensus on a common cause and a common set of principles
The BIG question is "Who are YOU?"
Activity: Consider your 1 value from Tuesday night; how can you take that personal value and turn it into an organizational value?
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