Defining Organizational Values with One Question
Would you believe that effectively guiding your organization's values, culture and performance is as simple as asking yourself one question? Hint: It's more personal than you think.
Healthcare executive, Richard Jackson, reveals that what you believe and value, as a leader, is the primary driver of the beliefs and behaviors of your associates and organization. In this article, he shares surprising insights and examples applicable to emerging and veteran executives alike.
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