Understand what fairness means at work. Explore ways to ensure you appear fair, such as sharing credit widely, sharing the pain when necessary, and why you have to get your hands dirty helping the team.
- In a professional context,…integrity is the quality of having and using…clear and meaningful ethical standards.…Being fair at work is one general way…to demonstrate your integrity.…However, it's important to be very clear…about what we mean by the word fair.…Being fair refers to equal opportunity,…not equal distribution of outcomes or resources.…Stated differently,…being fair means you treat people the same…by creating a positive and transparent workplace,…but you also treat them differently…based on their performance and their needs.…
Integrity and fairness matter because they impact trust,…one of the key qualities of high-performing teams.…It's one of the intangible assets that helps move a team…past mere compliance towards real commitment.…Just remember trust takes a lot of time to build…but can be lost in an instant,…so protect it like the important asset it is.…Also, remember that actions speak louder than words.…You don't have to tell people you're trustworthy…when you spend your time using behaviors…that demonstrate trustworthiness.…
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- Establish identity as a manager.
- Identify best practices for clarifying performance expectations.
- List effective communication tips.
- Articulate the main elements of effective feedback.
- Define rapport.
- Distinguish types of decision-making styles.
- Signal fairness and integrity.
- Articulate how to best assert authority.