Every organization and its managers face challenges when they create opportunities to talk about and train values-driven leadership in the workplace. This video summarizes the five most common challenges and the ways in which GVV helps to overcome them.
This video offers a review of some of the key reframes and lessons of GVV. These include how to: play to your strengths, find allies, look for positive examples, reflect on when you have effectively acted on your values, identify disablers, practice, be a coach for others, and keep trying.
"A Tale of Two Stories" (UVA-OB-1109), an exercise by Mary Gentile, sets the foundation for the GVV framework. The self-reflection exercise?with its follow-on debrief?helps individuals understand that they do, in fact, have choices and the ability to act on their values effectively. It also helps them begin to see how they can act on their values effectively and consistently.
In this video, Mary Gentile introduces the concept of Giving Voice to Values (GVV), and suggests that there is a disconnect between the way ethics is typically taught and the way people experience ethical and values conflicts. Drawing on years of teaching, she challenges the notion that the topic of values conflict can be addressed solely as a cognitive matter, as if we need only to understand ho