Purpose as a moral compass
How do you change your perspective on values?
On November 27th we organized a dinner with fellow board members on the topic of personal reputation. Many feel that they run a higher risk now that board work is under a magnifying glass. Paul Stamsnijder, reputation expert and writer of the book ‘Purpose, a story of morals’ started our dinner discussions by explaining that the personal has become public. Navigating today’s complexity requires a strong moral compass. As a board member you always need to be prepared to defend your personal choices.
Because of this personal angle, we ended up with a very profound discussion. You could very well end up with the same result if you introduce the question ‘what is your moral compass’ at your own Christmas dinner.
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