Be Brave

* I give feedback in a respectful way.

I am aware of the emotions that are most likely to arise for me when I am in struggle.

I understand how my emotions affect my behavior.

I am able to reality-check the stories I tell myself during conflict/ disappointment/ setbacks.

When there is a setback, failure, or disappointment, I’m able to identify the key learnings and share them within the team and the organization.

I own my mistakes and discuss them in an open and honest way.

I’m prepared to offer my point of view to the team.

Taken from - https://daretolead.brenebrown.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/An-Example-Operationalizing-Your-Oganization-or-Teams-Values.pdf

Why the contribution is important

I think having a value like this with specific behaviours attached will help us to having a brave, honest and integrity filled workplace where people feel heard and understood.

by michellejanssen on November 28, 2019 at 08:30AM

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  • Posted by bm13 December 17, 2019 at 07:25

    Thanks Michelle; I like this too and agree that making explicit what a value in action can look like is helpful. Being brave/having courage is really difficult at times and an overt and practical commitment to it would really move values beyond the "poster" as such.

    Thanks for sharing it, beth
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