When I bring up the topic of values or decisions, often, something interesting happens. "Personal or professional", I hear some of you say. This distinction seems to matter. For some, it the first thing needing clarification to be able to continue with the conversation. Just to make this clear: That is some strong segmentation going … Continue reading Values: Personal versus professional: On segmentation and its discontents
Organizations have values, too. They might be what you see on the poster next to reception, or the reality might be something different altogether. How happy you are in an organization has a lot to do with how well both of your sets of values match up. The clearer you are about yours, the better … Continue reading Values, leadership and organizational culture
Values are what underpins a lot of our behaviour. Often, this is unconscious, so looking at what we actually do can help us identify what matters to us underneath. So, let's play detective. Let's look at the patterns that drive what we do. What do you spend your time on? When you have a choice, … Continue reading Identifying your values: Time, money, energy
What are your values and why should you care? Your values are one of the things that make you YOU. It’s the stuff you live by, whether you are conscious of it or not. Values help you figure out what right and wrong or better or worse look and feel like. Values are also among … Continue reading Living your values out loud – an advent calendar to get ready for 2019
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