In the midst of a global health pandemic, we are seeing many good and some “not-so-good” leadership examples in business, government, and communities. Consider the Five “Y’s.” Ask yourself, who is worthy of your assessed designation as a leader?
Posts Tagged: honesty
Who do you go to when you need career advice?
Being honest about your failings can lead to a better interview and a better job.
Using respect with these basic rules can empower your team: 1) Always counsel in private 2) Always give a speaker your respect 3) Always respect others self and belongings 4) Always tell the truth and be respectful
Http://LeonardSipes.Com After thirty-two years of speaking to the media and tens of thousands of interviews I’ve come to recognize that the most difficult part of the public affairs profession is communication honesty. It’s an observation and concern shared by many in our profession. It’s simply too tempting for many to bend the truth to theRead… Read more »
My last two blog posts got me thinking…..The reason I am successful at my job lies squarely at the intersection of these two ideas — keeping it real and helping people out. And again, this is not about tooting my horn. It’s just some observations on being a public servant. In the world of outfitter/guideRead… Read more »
Rule #2: “Honesty is measured by telling the boss what he/she needs to hear not by whether you keep your hand out of the cookie jar” The vast majority of employees in the workplace can be trusted to deal honestly with money and materials (yes I know everyone has the experience of someone constantly violatingRead… Read more »