StrategyDriven Podcast Episode 24 – The Influence of Personal Alignment on Organizational Performance

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Episode 24 – The Influence of Personal Alignment on Organizational Performance examines three personal alignment mechanisms and their impact on an organization’s overall performance. During our discussion, Tony Simons, author of The Integrity Dividend and Associate Professor at Cornell University where he teaches organizational behavior, negotiation, and leadership, shares with us his insights regarding:

  • authenticity, the alignment between an individual’s inner and outer self
  • behavioral integrity, the alignment between an individual’s words and actions
  • organizational alignment, the alignment between an individual’s actions and organizational goals

Additional Information

Complimenting the tremendous insights Tony shares in the podcast and his book, The Integrity Dividend, are the additional materials and resources found on his website, Integrity Dividend (www.IntegrityDividend.com). Tony’s book, The Integrity Dividend, can be purchased by clicking here.

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About the Author

Tony Simons, author of The Integrity Dividend, is an Associate Professor at Cornell University where he teaches organizational behavior, negotiation, and leadership. Tony is also a business consultant and speaker who focuses on trust in leaders, executive team member trust, and trust in supply chain relationships. To read Tony’s full biography, click here.

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