Motivational MinuteDespite all the internal and external pressures surrounding ethical decision making, some people do voice and act on their values, and do so effectively. So what makes them effective? What do they do differently?
They strategize and prepare. And then, they practice
Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right
By Mary C. Gentile
Mary Gentile, Creator/Director of Giving Voice to Values (GVV) in her book advises:
1. Know and appeal to values
2. Discover and believe you have a choice
3. Make voicing values and dealing with conflict your normal
4. Define your personal and professional values
5. Generate your narrative about voicing your values
6. Practice using your style
7. Anticipate typical rationalization and identify counter-arguments
What sets your moral compass?