- Authentically introduce themselves at employee orientations, professional and networking events, you name it. People always care more about who you are than what you’ve done.
- Incorporate elements into speeches, presentations, keynotes. For example, I have a handful of leadership stories about what my grandmother and my horses have taught me about leadership that I use regularly when I present at conferences or conduct trainings.
- Share selections in written messages to stakeholders – annual reports, monthly newsletters.
- Communicate their commitments, expectations and perspective.
- Focus their priorities.
How have you shared your PLV with others? What has shifted for you — and for others — when you’ve done this?