Sep 17, 2019
If your organization doesn’t have a plan to dig deeper and also measure meaningful results; like how many lives it will make better, jobs it will create, communities it will strengthen, or families it will serve, you may want to review your vision, values, and goals.
Can you suppress the desire to pass costs, burden, or blame on your end-user, client, consumer, audience, patient, or citizen, and instead improve your supply chain?
Each day you have an opportunity to reduce the size of your ego and realign your focus. Place it on the number or size of problems solved, crises averted, lives saved, children fed and educated, elders respected and cared for or other similar causes. If you’re courageous and smart, you can do that profitably. Do it well enough, and the number of zeros on the balance sheet will grow through fulfilled needs, not insatiable greed.
About Reflections on Leadership:
Leadership advisor, writer, and no BS accountability partner, Karl Bimshas, shares quick…