[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6311088/height/75/width/600/theme/standard/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/” height=”75″ width=”600″] How do you live by your values and make ethical decisions?
Personal values and ethics are important even in seemingly mundane choices. In this program, panelists Tracey Revell and Charlena Jackson answer this question: “How do you live by your values and make ethical decisions?” Join Jess Dewell as she facilitates this fascinating and timely discussion.
Starting the Conversation…
How do you live by your values and make ethical decisions?
Host: Jessica Dewell
Panel: Tracy Revell
What You Will Hear:
Honor our knowing, connect to ourself.
How uncomfortable shows up.
How we know when we live in integrity and to our values.
The first step: Evaluate ourselves on what we do, say, be and recognize if there is alignment, or not.
The power of two. The power of three.
Live audience question: How do you see the connection between ethics, values, and empathy?
Expand our range of emotions.
Live audience question: How can we interview people to uncover their ethical standards?
Internal signs we might need to leave, change, or terrified.
Live Audience Question: At what point does one remove themselves from a situation when there is a clear mismatch of values?
Why it’s BOLD to think about our values and make decisions from them.
Notable & Quotable:
Tracy Revell: Really live the four agreements, when you do you are living with integrity.
Jess Dewell: When we have an active practice, we can more easily know [when we are uncomfortable].
Jess Dewell: When I act, it is how I demonstrate [values], and that will build accountability into our actions.
Tracy Revell: All we can control is us, and how clear we are from the inside out.
Tracy Revell: When we live with what we value in ourselves, we are going to be tuned into our connection with another person.
Jess Dewell: Until we understand what we feel, we can’t really understand what another feels.
Tracy Revell: It’s always all about the questions [we ask].
Jess Dewell: I make choices that are kind and compassionate to myself and others.
- Charts of emotions
- Difference Between Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
Tags: values, integrity, character, listening, self reflection, awareness, neurolinguistic programing, truth, reactions, communication, leadership, emotional intelligence, logic, empathy, emotions, feeling, nonverbal communication