Values-Based Leadership

The real role of leaders is to manage the values of the organisation.

Becoming a successful leader—someone who is able to build a long-lasting, high performing team, organisation, or community—is not about what you do, although that is important; it is about how you do what you do—it is about living your deeply held values.

Who you are as a leader—the values you embrace, and the beliefs you hold— is automatically transmitted to the group you are responsible for through your words, behaviours and actions.

This is why organisational transformation begins with the personal transformation of the leaders. If the leaders don’t change, the culture won’t change.

We all have subconscious fears that are triggered from time to time which impact our relationships, both at home and at work. Learning how to identify, manage and then release these fears can be a life-long process. The best way to improve your personal mastery skills is to receive regular feedback from your boss, your peers, and your subordinates. 

With this objective in mind, we created the Leadership Values Assessment (LVA) and the Leadership Development Report  (LDR), 360-degree feedback instruments designed to uncover your blind spots and provide feedback on your strengths as well as what you need to do to grow and develop. These instruments provide a quantifiable measure of personal entropy, and a comprehensive framework for personal evolution—the Seven Levels of Leadership Consciousness. 

Learn more about Values-Based Leadership:

Article - The Fundamentals of Values-Based Leadership

Article - Values-Based Leadership: Leading from the Inside Out