- You strive to be your best self and excel in everything you do (inside and outside of work).
- You trust your skills. You don’t wait to work on things that you know you are good at.
- You presume the best in others.
- You leave your ego at the door in service of the greater good. You don’t think “this isn’t my job.”
- You are considerate and glad to help others.
- You take others’ time into account when asking for help.
- You are honest and you expect the truth in all dealings. Failure to identify the truth leads to bad decision-making.
- You provide context when speaking. Your communication is clear, easy to understand, and upfront--no BS.
- You give and ask for feedback.
- You understand communication is a two-way street: you actively engage and ask questions to ensure you understand what is communicated to you.
- You are familiar and comfortable with your weaknesses. You fill the gaps that they create, and always strive for personal and professional improvement.
- You push yourself to break boundaries. New territory is your comfort zone, and you are continuously defining your new normal.
- You make sure you are working on the right priority.
- You are accountable for your work and demand accountability even, and perhaps especially, in the event of error.
- You take deadlines seriously and hold yourself to them.
- You take the time to celebrate wins (group and individual).
- You believe knowledge is power and that growing your fund of knowledge is your greatest weapon. You take time to do this everyday.
- You always endeavor to innovate and grow. Faced with constraints, you find a way to use them to your advantage.
- You understand that identifying problems (we love finding problems!) and designing measurable solutions is the road to improvement.
- You avoid analysis paralysis—you execute!