What Are Your Core Values?

The last part of the personal core ideology process is to ensure that you have clarified the three or four core values that are most important to you. Core values inform a leader’s behavior. In other words, your behaviors flow from your beliefs. What do you believe, and how do those beliefs shape your leadership? Watch this short video for more on this topic:

Personal Leadership

Written by Jeremy Couch

Jeremy Couch is a Leadership Architect who helps leaders build thriving cultures. Most recently, he served as Executive Director for Palm Beach Atlantic University-Orlando and an Assistant Professor of Leadership. He is passionate about teaching, writing, consulting, and speaking on topics related to leadership development and organizational health.

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