Walk The Talk Quotes (7 quotes)
16 Kick Ass Quotes On Leadership From People Who Walk the Talk
Ever heard that before? I certainly have—many times! But at work especially, image and perception can be everything. Personal example: While working at a PR agency in a big city early in my career, I committed a verbal faux pas during an onsite meeting with our most important client. Then a chuckle. And then the conversation shifted gears.
A great story of Mahatma Gandhi outlines this. At the point when Gandhi was more seasoned older , he was popular all over India. Individuals would arrange for quite a long time just to request for his approval or make one inquiry. He generally gave a shrewd, well mannered, and empowering answer. One time, a mother brought her youngster.
I remember seeing this quote on the email signature of a HR manager that I formerly worked with and it really struck a chord with me. During new leadership training I always tell new managers that your employees are always watching you. Your actions and your behavior is always being monitored and discussed among your team. As a leader I believe your team has certain expectations of you. One of the most important ones is do you walk the talk? Walk the talk is simply your actions matching your words and expectations you have of others. Such feedback is essential to the health and effectiveness of the team.