What Should Be In My Personal Management Standards?

What Should Be In My Personal Management Standards?

Whatever happens in your career you should always stand by the code or mantra that you subscribe to – however difficult things become or whatever challenges that you face there are things that will not, and should not change in the way that you conduct yourself/

Your personal mantra is the bedrock of Brand You, something that should be clear to you whatever you are doing.

Try looking at the list below and seeing which ones are in your mantra and which ones perhaps should be. There must be a strong degree of fit between you and your manta, so get rid of anything that is either irrelevant or outdated.

Above all be comfortable with your management standards and live them out in your dealings with others.

  1. Never take unfair advantage – even of an enemy.
  2. Never go back on your word or betray a trust.
  3. Always tell the truth.
  4. Be from racial or religious prejudice – this will only hold you back.
  5. Be helpful and lend a hand when anyone is in trouble, regardless of that/those people being in your team.
  6. Be a conscientious and honest worker.
  7. Stay clean in thought, speech, action and personal habits.

Above all be comfortable with your management standards and live them out in your dealings with others.

By doing this you will be able to respond to the reality of change and crisis, the need for empowerment, collaboration, diversity and working not just for yourself but for a higher purpose.

Good Luck!

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