I’ve been spending the last few days looking back at data I’ve collected for nearly a decade on how people believe they can apply “Character, Values, and Ethics” at work.
One of the more common responses has been the idea that just discussing these topics has made them more “aware” of the importance of regularly evaluating their own behavior, and making sure it’s consistently appropriate, honest, and upright.
They understand their character influences the effectiveness and performance of their teams, and ultimately the organization.
One comment particularly sums it up – (Q. How can you apply character, values, and ethics at work?) – “How can you not?”
– Jerry Strom
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