You will discover how taking ownership and having accountability relates to integrity. When we can lead with integrity by taking ownership, we begin to build trust with others. At the end of the provocation, you will be invited to evaluate your promise(s) so that you are better prepared to lead with integrity.
When we come from a place of integrity and share our appreciation with others, we let them know that we value their contributions. You will have an opportunity to set up a ritual of sharing appreciation with others.
You will learn how self-reflection can be used as a tool to reconnect to your values and help guide you through a dilemma. You will also discover how having a support system allows you to gut-check your feelings and decisions around the dilemma.
This provocation served as an invitation for our team to explore the complexities of acting with integrity with a visit to the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Although this opportunity has passed, you can still get a sense of the importance of acting with integrity during challenging times and how this act can spark change in the right direction.
In previous provocations, we explored what integrity is and what it looks like. Now, you will have an opportunity to practice recognizing integrity. When we can successfully recognize integrity, we put ourselves in a better position to act with integrity in challenging situations.
We introduce the Big 5 Personality Model, which allows individuals to learn about what makes them tick. When we can learn more about ourselves, we can come from a place of authenticity and integrity.
This provocation is the first in our Year of Values series and begins our deep dive into our company value Integrity, Always. In this provocation, you will learn the importance of connecting with your personal values, which you may find evolve and change throughout your lifetime.