Warning! Two risks of taking this values-survey:
1. It’s easy to select lofty values that may not truly exist in your organization.
2. It’s easy to quickly move through this exercise to “get it done.”
Why take the time to do this? It’s a great first-step to building relevant core value statements that truly mean something and can guide your organization for the long haul.
When we begin work with leaders to develop their core value statements, typical values usually surface, such as integrity, service, and reliability. This list will help you think beyond commonly stated values, in order to create a values list that truly reflects your organization.