The Foundation for Workability, Trust, Collaboration and Expanded Performance
How would you like to have full power in life? Full opportunity to be at maximum performance and produce results that right now may not seem possible. How would you like an increased sense of Peace of Mind while fully engaged and playing the game of life? A certain grace under pressure. An experience of profoundly grounded while you pursue the challenges, goals and objectives that are out in front of you.
In this session you will be introduced to a New Model Of Integrity in which we will clearly demonstrate how this way of viewing Integrity impacts, performance, effectiveness, happiness and well-being as distinct from morality or ethics. We will explore how this new model is essential for workability, trust and impact on personal and organizational performance.
IF YOU IMPLEMENT WHAT YOU LEARN IN THIS SESSION, HUGE INCREASES IN PERFORMANCE ARE PREDICTABLE
If you are interested in increasing your own and/or your organizations capacity to succeed in an increasingly more complex and fast moving world, you do not want to miss this workshop.
“Integrity creates a condition of workability; without integrity, effectiveness is diminished and displaced by broken promises and lack of accountability.”
What is integrity?
Webster’s New World Dictionary defines it as “the quality or state of being complete; unbroken condition; wholeness; entirety,” which we’ll summarize as“whole and complete”.
Most of us think of integrity as a moral or ethical issue, not as a factor in workability. However, it really is about things working.
You don’t want to drive over a bridge that lacks integrity – that isn’t whole and complete. Doing so doesn’t work, and it puts you in peril…
Integrity, as we define it, is not simply keeping one’s word – it is considering you are your word and honoring your word to yourself and others. Having a deep and reflective respect for what you say to yourself and others.
When a person knows he won’t be able to keep his word, he honors his word by making that situation known to all the people who will be affected. He deals with the consequences of not keeping his word, cleans up whatever messes have been created, and makes new promises that restore workability to the situation at hand. ” As we mentioned earlier, having integrity is not a matter of morality or ethics. It ‘s also not about being perfect. It’s about making things work. The better things work for yourself and with others the more likely you are able to produce maximum performance and reach the goals and objectives you are out to accomplish.
©2007 Elements Drawn from Integrity: A Positive Model That Incorporates The Normative Phenomena of Morality, Ethics and Legality. By Werner H. Erhard, Michael C. Jensen, Steve Zaffron, Proprietary and Confidential All Rights Reserved.