Value Based Decisions help you work with Integrity.

When was the last time you made a values-based decision at work?

If you are not sure what your values are, then it's impossible to make a values-based decision.

We have been using "The Values Audit" tool for the last twenty years to help people discover what's really important to them at work and leads them to clarify what their vocational purpose is.

You can do this process as part of a team or individually..

It's a card sort process that gets you to distinguish a list of 56 values encountered in the early childhood industry.

You first sort them according to five columns: Always Valued, Mostly Valued, Sometimes Valued / Sometimes not, Hardly Valued and Never Valued.

Then, through a process of prioritization, you determine your top eight work values.

Being able to take your work values into consideration when making decisions, enables you to maintain your integrity and clarify the right way forward for you.  It also enables you to measure your alignment to your team values.

This is only the beginning. Get to know clarity. Email me, Mike Kennedy...

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