An Actionable Pathway To Dramatic Increases In Individual And Organizational Performance
To provide you and your organization(s) an unambiguous and actionable access to the causal link between integrity and superior performance, quality of life, value creation and competitive advantage.
We define integrity as a state or condition of being whole, complete, unbroken, unimpaired, sound, perfect condition. We distinguish integrity as a matter of a person’s (or an organization’s) word being whole and complete. One’s word is whole and complete when one honors one’s word.
During the course, we rigorously define your word, and we distinguish honoring one’s word from keeping one’s word. Honoring your word, as we define it, means you either keep your word or as soon as you know you will not, you say that you will not, and clean up any mess you cause by not keeping your word. Thus, even when you do not keep your word, you have a way to maintain your integrity.
Honoring one’s word provides a powerful and actionable pathway to earning the trust of others.
Read the PDF Keynote and Powerpoint slides on A New Model of Integrity on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
Werner H. Erhard is recognized worldwide as a business, management, and humanitarian leader. He has consulted for numerous corporations and charitable and governmental agencies.
Kari L. Granger (2008-2015) is a recognized performance leadership expert, consultant and coach. She is a Fellow of the Center for Character and Leadership Development at United States Air Force Academy where she formerly held the positions of Assistant Professor and Chief of Transformative Education and Development. See Kari Granger’s full biography.
Dr. Michael C. Jensen is the Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus at Harvard Business School. He has played an important role in the academic discussion of the capital asset pricing model, stock options policy, and corporate governance.