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Free Values Exercise:

In this section you can better understand what drives your leadership decisions and behaviours through an understanding of what you really value.Complete the exercise below to gain clarity on the power of your values and the impact that they have on your life.

  “Values Sheet”

  Circle your top ten values

Social Relationships

(friends, colleagues)

Self-respect

(sense of personal identity, pride)

Generosity

(helping others, improving society)

Competitiveness

(winning, taking risks)


Recognition

(status, recognition from others)

Wisdom

(discovering and understanding knowledge)

Friendship

(close relationships with others)

Advancement

(promotions)

Spirituality

(strong religious or spiritual beliefs)

Affection

(love, caring etc)

Health

 

Loyalty

Cooperation

(working well with others, teamwork)

Responsibility

(being accountable for results)

Culture

(race or ethnicity identity)

Adventure

(new challenges)


Fame

Inner harmony

(being at peace with oneself)

Achievement

(a sense of accomplishment)

Involvement

(belonging, being involved with others)

Order

(stability, conformity and tranquility)

Wealth

(getting rich, making money)

Economic security

Creativity

(being imaginative, innovative)

Leadership


Pleasure

(fun, laughs, a leisurely lifestyle)

Integrity

(honesty, sincerity, standing up for oneself)

Meaningful Work

(work that is enjoyable and liberating)


Service

(to others, society)

Personal development

(use of personal potential)

Creativity

(room to move and be creative)

Fairness

 

Love

(love of self and others)

Freedom

(independence and autonomy)

Family

(control, authority or influence over others)

Accountability

(being held accountable)

Quality Time


Stability

Compassion

(empathy, understanding)

Work Life Balance

Ecological Awareness

(focus on environment)

Personal reputation

Complete the following worksheet to help you identify what is most important to you.

The most important values to me are:

 

 

 

 

Benefits:

  • Develops a sound foundation for decision making in any area of life.
  • Allows you to control all business and personal situations more effectively.
  • You become more decisive and clear about your objectives and who your share your journey with both personally and professionally.


References:

  • “The Art of Happiness” Dalai Lama.
  •  “Crocodiles not Waterlilies” Self-Leadership Program. Richard Day

 

 

 


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