You recognize and assume responsibility for work that needs to be done.
You are persistent in the completion of a task or goal.
You ask for forgiveness, not permission.
You understand that done > perfect.
You go the extra mile.
You put yourself in other’s shoes when defining problems and when considering actions or solutions.
You trust others and build other’s trust in you.
You communicate in a clear and concise manner because you value other people’s time more than your own.
You use appropriate styles of communication to fit the audience and purpose.
You set others up for success.
You seek knowledge and growth not because someone else wants you to gain knowledge and grow, but because you want to.
You challenge the status quo and constantly experiment to find better ways to do things.
You solve problems, not symptoms.
You are humble and recognize that there’s always more to learn and that new perspectives always have value.
You are a delight to be around (most of the time).
You follow the golden rule.
You see the positive side of things while being realistic.
You use humor as appropriate.
You avoid drama for drama’s sake.
You hold others accountable and question actions inconsistent with our values and principles.
You recognize when a conversation needs to happen and speak up, even when it’s a difficult topic.
You embrace conflict and during one, you are hard on content and soft on people.
You ask dumb questions.
You are comfortable saying “I don’t know”.
You leave an impression of admiration, awe, and/or respect on others as a result of your work.
Your colleagues rave about the amazing results that you produce.
You are resourceful and persistent in identifying the right problems to solve.