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4. Following the individual self-reflection stage, the individual as leader must empower his team to be the best organization it can be, trusting in their professional experience. 5. Once the team’s professional experience has been assessed, the group must come together to identify the organization’s purpose and goals so that the organization has one mission statement that everyone understands and models. Each individual needs to recognize that all employees, regardless of their positions, are essential to the organization.
25 Honesty and Integrity A large part of trust rests with a service leader’s ability to be honest with herself and others. Built on this foundation of self-awareness and knowing oneself is a sense of morality and conviction, what is ultimately right and just and how to act with integrity and compassion. Northouse asserts that “ethics has to do with what leaders do and who leaders are” and goes on to say that “in any decisionmaking situation, ethical issues are either implicitly or explicitly involved.
Conger and Beth Benjamin, Building Leaders: How Successful Companies Develop the Next Generation (New York, NY: Wiley and Sons, 1999). 22. Peter Senge, “Leading Learning Organizations: The Bold, the Powerful, and the Invisible,” in The Leader of the Future, eds. Frances Hesselbein, Marshall Goldsmith, and Richard Beckhard (San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass 1996), 42. 23. Peter M. Senge. “The Leader’s New Work: Building Learning Organizations,” Sloan Management Review 32, no. 1 (1990): 7. 24. Ibid.