How to Support
the Quality of the Month Within Your Organization
The following activities
can be applied to all organizations, whether business, education,
faith organization or local government.
You can take action
steps to encourage good character in each member of an organization.
- Gain commitment of
leaders to model the character quality of the month.
- Train subordinates
in principles of character development and character-based management,
and encourage each to put them into practice.
- Implement ways of
encouraging good character throughout the organization:
- Disseminate e-mail
or an internal newsletter that describes the quality and encourages
- Print the monthly
character quality on payroll checks.
- Provide Character
First!® (or similar) bulletin to each member monthly.
- Provide a copy
of the book Achieving True Success by Building a Character
Family to each member of the organization.
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- Formally recognize
members exhibiting good character.
- Encourage leaders
to routinely and personally recognize and encourage good character
in individual members of the organization in the midst of
normal daily activities.
- Encourage members
to encourage good character in others regularly in the course
of normal daily activities.
Organizations can also
encourage others outside the organization to practice and to encourage
- Share testimonies
and other helpful information with the Character Council which
it can use to encourage others.
- Participate in breakfasts,
seminars and other gatherings of other organizations and individuals
to encourage and be encouraged in the pursuit of good character.
- Adopt another organization
(small business, school, service organization, etc.) to help encourage
their commitment to encourage good character, by helping to fund
training and training materials, modeling, testifying to benefits
that have been realized, coaching, etc.
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