Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Establishing your ethical code, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
- As a leader, it's important to set guidelines.…We've all made bad decisions at some point.…Wouldn't it be great to have something…that can prevent us from making a bad decision…before it actually happens?…So a leadership maxim designed to say,…here are my rules of the road,…here are the things that are non-negotiable for me,…and decisions I won't make…outside of this set of boundaries.…For me, I've had two maxims over the years.…The first, it's hard to shave…if you can't look yourself in the mirror.…
Now, with this goatee, I have to look in the mirror…every single day, but the way that maxim reminds me…to make good decisions, is,…I need to be okay with the guy that's looking back at me…in the mirror every single morning,…and there have been times where I had two choices,…and I could easily logic my way into making a wrong one,…and that maxim has made me pause for a second…and say, how are you gonna feel about this tomorrow?…And the answer was, not so great,…and I made the more difficult choice.…
Now, in terms of emotional resonance,…
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