Posts Tagged ‘values statement’

Why You Need a Values Statement

Have you ever worked at a company where the decisions seemed as though they were spur-of-the-moment and without any unifying reason for the decisions?  This is the kind of company where decisions are reactionary in nature and often come back to haunt.

Sound Decisions Have Something Supporting Them

In an earlier post, The Business Plan – Hold On to the Napkin, we looked at how a shortened version of a business plan identifies 3 things:

Vision, Values, and Purpose

We looked at the Vision Statement and its benefits in another post, Why You Need a Vision Statement.  In order to act consistently on the vision and avoid reactionary decisions that don’t support it over the long haul, we need to know our values.

A Simple Definition of Values

Simply put, Values are a set of statements identifying the Read the rest of this entry »


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