The Penn State scandal has people calling for board oversight reforms. Changes only are as effective as the character of the people they involve. Character results from the values that motivate behaviors. The Peter Principle results when people get promoted but fail to learn new perspectives and skills to handle the new responsibilities.
Here is the language of people who have no intention of solving a problem
Accountability Requires Action
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. embodied the synthesis of mission, vision, and values into a strategic plan. Here is an excerpt from chapter two of The Three-Dimensional Leader: Negotiating Your Mission, Resources and Context:
“Even during times of economic downturns, products that provide innovations that meet customers’ changing needs will prevail in the marketplace. Innovation keeps companies relevant to consumers.” So says The Three-Dimensional Leader: Negotiating Your Mission, Resources and Context, which also lays out four ingredients to bring out a team’s creative potential.
Does your organization need to change to survive in this challenging economy? To lead needed change you must have the right “motivation, map, and message.
The Right Motivation
by Jim Taggart
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