Values-Based Leadership: Four Principles of Practice
Before we lead others, we need to know how to lead ourselves. For most of us, our personal values guide how we feel and act day-to-day. The four principles of Values-Based Leadership help us lean into our values while remaining curious and open to the values and experiences of others.
Through self-reflection, humility and empathy, a balanced perspective, and lifelong learning, we can grow our leadership from any position.
This is an excellent course for people at all levels in their leadership journey.
NOTE: A significant part of this course is spent in self-guided, small group discussion in a Zoom breakout room. You will also need access to the group activity handout during the course. Using a computer, tablet, or at minimum a smartphone is recommended. Phone-only participation is discouraged because it will be difficult to access course materials and interact with others in your small group.
If you are planning to broadcast the course in a conference room for a group, contact the instructor ahead of time for special instructions and activity modifications.
- Values-Based Leadership Group Activity
- Values-Based Leadership Summary Handout
- Values List (from Brené Brown's Dare to Lead)
The following training dates are being offered in-person to City Employees only. These sessions may be switched to virtual - if this happens, participants will be notified and sent a Zoom link to join.
- May 3, 2023 - Fleet Services Training Room (4151 Nakoosa Trail)
- August 17, 2023 - Madison Water Utility's Heim Building Conference Room (119 E Olin Ave)
You will notice there are separate registration buttons on this course page for these sessions - be sure to select the session you want and to note the location when adding to your calendar. This will help you plan for travel day-of and to ensure you arrive at the correct training since locations vary for each in-person session.