The first definition of “integrity” in Webster’s New World Dictionary is “the quality of being complete; unbroken condition; wholeness; entirety.” In that context leading change with integrity implies adoption of the broadest possible lens evaluating the merits of change initiatives.
I asked myself that question after attending a recent book launch event by John Taft, CEO of RBC U.S. Wealth Management. John’s new and second book, “A Force For Good,” on one hand strikes an encouraging note about the potentially positive role that the financial industry can and shou
(July’s guest blog post is by Stephanie Klein, PhD. I met Stephanie at a gathering of Minnesota Professionals for Psychology Applied to Work (MPPAW,) and I was happy to learn about her interest in the connection of environmental stewardship to organization effectiveness. –