What do Ron Johnson, Robert Nardelli, and Jack Griffin all have in common? All are smart, talented individuals who were hired to repair struggling companies and failed. Each shared a common thread: their ability to lead was undermined by a misalignment of values.
Values, a powerful, inherent part of who we are, shape the choices we make, impacting our careers in four ways:
Drivers Values are key motivators that determine what we strive for and hope to attain
Fit Values determine how well we fit within an organization’s culture
Leadership Style and Culture Values determine what we find rewarding and what we dislike
Unconscious Biases Unconscious biases occur when we project our values onto others
Learn more about how these four aspects of values are affecting your leadership style and how to avoid making a values misstep in our ebook Buyers’ Remorse.