Values definitions [selected and adapted from Values Shift, Hall 1994: 225-236

Achievement/success: Accomplishing something noteworthy and admirable in the world of work or education Accountability/Ethics: Awareness of one’s personal system of moral principles Adaptability: Art/Beauty:
The ability to adjust readily to changing conditions and to remain pliable during ongoing processes. Experiencing and/or providing pleasure through that which is aesthetically appealing in both natural and human-made creations.

Authority/Honesty: Freedom to express feelings and thoughts in a straight forward, objective manner. Administration/control: Having specific management structures in a business or institution. Care: Collaboration: Competition: Community:
Being emotionally and physically supported. Cooperation and interdependence between all members of the community, all levels of management Energised by a sense of rivalry. Will to create a group for the purpose of ongoing mutual support and creative enhancement of each individual those skills are a positive contribution.

Confidence/Competence: Realistic and objective confidence that one has the skill to in the world of work and to feel that Conformity: Creativity: Discipline: Diversity:
Order from conformity to a established norms. Original thought and expression. Restraint and direction to achieve order. Equal opportunity for people of diverse backgrounds.

Education/Certification: Completing a formally prescribed process of learning and receiving documentation of that process. Education/Knowledge -insight: The pursuit of truth through patterned investigation, motivated by increased intuition and
unconsciously gained understanding of the wholeness of reality.

Efficiency: Equality: Equity:

Designing processes and methods to result in least waste. Equal rights and value for all people. Commitment to defend moral and ethical claim of all persons to legal, social and economic equality and fairness. The ability to enable an individual or organisation to grow creatively. establish standards of what is good or proper.

Expressiveness/Joy: Ability to share feelings openly and spontaneously. Growth: Hierarchy/order: Methodical, harmonious arrangement of persons and things ranked above one another in conformity to Integration/wholeness: Working to develop the inner capacity to organise the personality (mind , body and spirit) into a
coordinated, harmonious totality.

Membership: Ownership: Prestige/image: Productivity:

Pride in belonging to and functioning as an integral part of an organisation.

Obedience/duty: Dutifully complying with obligations established by authorities.
Personal possession of skills, decisions from which one derives a sense of personal authority. Physical appearance that reflects success and achievement, gains the esteem of others and promotes success. Energised by generating and completing tasks and achieving externally established goals and expectations. Being personally accountable for and in charge of a course of action. Respecting the worth of another. A safe place or relationship where one is free from cares and anxieties and feels protected.

Quality/evaluation: Appreciating objective appraisal as necessary for personal growth. Responsibility: Rights/respect: Security:

Service/vocation: Motivation to use one’s gifts and skills to contribute to society. Self-actualisation: The inner drive towards experiencing and expressing the totality of one’s being . Self-worth: Tradition: Trust: Workmanship:
The knowledge that when those one respects and esteems really know him/her, they will affirm that he/she is worthy of respect. Recognising the importance of ritualising history in order to enrich meaning. The capacity to hear one another’s thoughts and feelings actively and accurately and to express personal thoughts and feelings in a climate of mutual confidence in one another’s integrity. Concern with quality and highly developed skill.

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