I’m really excited about this enewsletter because I get the opportunity to share my conversation with Ryan Berman. Ryan is author of the book, Return on Courage: A Business Playbook for Courageous Change, and the founder of consulting firm, Courageous, who helps clients build courageous brands.
Of course, one thing we talked about was core values. Ryan shared that one way he and his team stay on track with their core values – sacrifice, speed, magic, and relevance – is to ask clients to rate them every quarter in these four areas. Then they use the feedback to continually improve.
This got me to thinking, how would you do if your employees rated themselves, their managers, and the organization on your core values? Would the results show everyone is staying on track?
Anyway, learn more about this and other courageous things you can do to build a courageous brand by clicking here to watch this 31 minute video. (Head’s up: It’s just our talking heads, so you can listen without watching if you like.)
Stick around until the end and get a 15% off promo code to purchase socks from Ryan’s own courageous brand, Sock Problems, which socks problems in the face by donating to charity. Stick socks in your stockings this holiday season. The charity gets some funding. Your loved ones get some cool socks.
-Catherine & the Civility Partners