Values are universal - we all have them.


Each of us: you, me and everyone else have our own unique personal pattern of priority values.

Values are big, emotionally rich ideas that help us make sense of the world and our place in that world. Our values lie behind our choices and our behaviours. Our values shape how we feel about, respond and rise to both our daily life and our ultimate grand plan.

There are no good or bad values. Each value shows up to serve: to help us withstand or resolve something, to strengthen our relationships with others or our sense of connection with our own skills and talents .

Conscious connection with values has measurable positive impacts. Connection can increase innovation, productivity, trust, confidence and courage while reducing the harmful effects of stress and fear.

Values are hot stuff!

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A look at #values and #stress - five questions and answers https://t.co/ptcOKcfsuQ

Please RT. Six weeks ago today (Thurs) 20 year-old student Adam Seaton went missing from his home in #Southport. Have you seen him or anyone who looks like him? DM @MerPolCC, call 101 or contact @missingpeople on 116 000 if you can help. Read our appeal: https://t.co/RiLbNfWBVW

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My reading today on early train to #Cardiff - research by @AmyCEdmondson and foreword by Prof Edgar Schein - so much wisdom ahead #culture #values #lovebooks

What do we love? Those things which most closely align to our highest priority personal #values - "Why Engagement Happens In Employees’ Hearts, Not Their Minds" by @MarkCCrowley #happiness #EmployeeEngagement https://t.co/TCnulCQbwx

Are you a community group looking to build trusted relationships and collective action based on mutual values? World @ValuesDay is inviting you to host a values-based community dialogue with the help of this resource https://t.co/Cp2xewwZQQ #community #dialogue #values

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