Integrity and job satisfaction
Our working conditions are of great importance to our job satisfaction and performance. How we bring our strengths and (quirky) personality into play for the benefit of the task we are set to solve, however, depends to a large extent on ourselves.
How would you deal with a heavy workload, a difficult colleague or demanding boss if you knew your worth, stood by yourself and respectfully set limits?
I can’t count how many times I have said what a colleague or boss wanted to hear because I wanted them to like me. How many times I have failed to ask questions when I had doubts or had difficulty making a decision for fear of mistake. The consequence of my behavior in these situations has always been clear-cut: zero job satisfaction.
In this talk, I offer my take on how to act with integrity for the benefit of yourself and others. It doesn’t require special talents nor extensive experience. It requires courage: Courage to be yourself and bring your own strengths and abilities fully in play – also when there is a risk of failing or standing alone.
If you want to book me as a speaker for your event or if you have any questions, please do get in touch.