How Values Can Support Resilience at Work

How Values Can Support Resilience at Work

Is there such a thing as too much advice? Google “Resilience at Work” and see what you think. We got 63,900,000 results in 0.41 seconds including some really interesting things like Seven Things Resilient Employees Do Differently from Psychology Today and 5 Ways to...
Living your values

Living your values

Companies can’t just talk about ethics, they have to demonstrate those values are intrinsic to how they operate says Sinead Hasson. Lip service is one of the issues that comes up when we chat to disgruntled employees. Things such as values being used for...
A Journey of Values and Dialogue

A Journey of Values and Dialogue

By Jessica Ball “It is a process which explores an unusually wide range of human experience: our closely held values; the nature and intensity of emotions; the patterns of our thought processes; the function of memory; the importance of inherited cultural myths; and...
The Values of a Full Spectrum Community

The Values of a Full Spectrum Community

By Richard Barrett, Chairman and Founder, Barrett Values Centre   Introduction In 2010, I wrote a book called The New Leadership Paradigm.[1] In that book, I described the seven levels of leadership consciousness and explained the concept of a full spectrum...
Do you value what’s personal to you?

Do you value what’s personal to you?

By Neil Tomalin Personal values are unique to every individual and can loosely be described as a set of beliefs or intuitive feelings inside our heads. They act unconsciously as a guide – telling us how comfortable we feel about different situations and are unusual in...
The Top Ten Values of Humanity

The Top Ten Values of Humanity

Who are we collectively? By Richard Barrett, Chairman and Founder, Barrett Values Centre   Where are we as a human race in terms of our development? What do we value? What levels of consciousness do we mainly operate from? To answer these questions, at least in...
Valueism: A Role for Values, by Nigel Cohen

Valueism: A Role for Values, by Nigel Cohen

Capitalism is under fire. Populist parties argue that capitalism should be neutered, and mainstream parties argue for more of the same. But there is a movement of new thinkers who have been developing another, progressive solution. A new, neutral term has been coined...
The Value(s) of Dialogue, by Jessica Ball

The Value(s) of Dialogue, by Jessica Ball

“A society is a link in relationships among people and institutions, so that we can live together. But it only works if we have a culture-which implies we share meaning; i.e. significance, purpose and values. Otherwise it falls apart. – David Bohm David Bohm was...
Values and Pooh, By Jackie Le Fevre

Values and Pooh, By Jackie Le Fevre

In Chapter Four of Winnie The Pooh, which is entitled “in which Eeyore loses a tail and Pooh finds one”, there’s a problem. Eeyore (who, for the uninitiated, is a donkey of dour disposition) plunges into sadness as he becomes aware that his tail is...
Send Us Your Values Stories!

Send Us Your Values Stories!

In the run-up to World Values Day 2017 on Thursday 19th October, we’re inviting people to share their personal stories about their values along with a photo. We’ll then pick some of these stories to share on social media on and before World Values Day! Important: If...
Closing the Values Gap, by Charles Fowler

Closing the Values Gap, by Charles Fowler

Organisations usually have no problem working out what values they should have. They spend a lot of time and effort planning, consulting, holding meetings, writing reports, maybe even conducting an internal survey. Then they put up these values chosen with such care...
Life is a Game of Cards, by Ed Mayo

Life is a Game of Cards, by Ed Mayo

Introducing values through a game on co-operation With World Values Day approaching, I am thinking about how to have the conversation with those I work with around the Values Challenge – how do we live up to what we hold most dear. Values are the compass guiding...