Formulating values

Development of values usually starts with describing the existing and expected culture formulating describing the core values of the organization that the expected culture should rely on. We help to involve employees at different levels, sometimes the entire organization into formulating the values. This is done by way of focus interviews, working group discussions and forums.

Values are described through observable behaviors, so that each person can relate to them and feel that he is a part of an organization who creates culture.

Ask yourself:

  • What are your core values that you are not willing to give up?
  • What values are held by your organization and its managers?
  • Are the values of the organization stated in a way that allows you to assess whether or not they align with your personal values?
  • Do the current values of the organization support the mission and vision of the organization?
  • What should change in our organizational culture?

Looking for answers to these questions, or you have question of your own?

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