Who do I really work for? What are my rights and privileges? What are my duties and obligations? How do I assess my impact (intended and unintended)? What really matters to me? Who has benefitted from my business, and who should benefit?
The most overlooked leadership skill? Having a moral compass
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I’m guessing you’re assuming that their personal values and moral compass is well intentioned. I also work with many business leaders and sometimes I’m surprised to find that, apart from what you mention in the article, they already started with a set of very toxic personal values about success, fairness, equality, etc. How do you fix that more personal aspect of it?

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