DEVELOPING PERSONAL VISIONS AND VALUES
Leaders must be credible; it is the most important attribute that develops trust.
Trustworthy leaders do what they say they will do.
There are two parts to be a great model. Firstly to live by articulate values. Knowing and consistently living by defined values makes us trustworthy.
The other part of leading yourself with excellence is envision your future. People who successfully lead themselves are making life happen by design, rather than just let life happen. They do this by living on purpose – defining their personal vision and values.
Values are our operating system, the rules of the road, those convictions and beliefs that shape our decisions and our behavior. Values reflect our priorities and determine how we allocate resources.
Values are those underlying assumptions and core-convictions that consistently shape your decisions and behavior.
Values are found in behavior not in belief system.
Values reflect your unique wiring… the way you live life and work.
We all have a set of values and yet few of us can articulate them.
We will each discover our values as we look at the Big Picture of our lives by constructing a personal timeline.
A personal vision is unique to you, that when discovered enables us to be all you were made to be.
Your personal vision statement guides your life and provides the direction necessary to chart the course of your days and the choices you make about your career. Your personal vision statement is the light shining in the darkness toward which you turn to find your way. It illuminates your way.
HALF DAY COURSE
By the end of the workshop participants will:
· Have developed a personal vision
· Be able to articulate their personal values
To find out more or make a booking please contact Craig Farmer - email firstname.lastname@example.org