Do you know what your “Core Values” are? How about your “Aspirational Values,” “Accidental Values,” or “Permission to Play Values?” Do I have your attention . . .?
Patrick Lencioni is on of my favorite authors. He has his own consulting firm called The Table Group and has written many books. A recent book he wrote is directed towards families, but he applies business principals that work.
He defines and talks about the importance that companies and families need to know what their values are in all 4 categories.
“The 3 Big Questions for a Frantic Family:
Check it out . . . http://www.tablegroup.com/books/frantic