From the values assessment I learned that some things I thought were very important to me are not as important as I originally thought. Some things were also more important to me than I had realized before. Based on this assessment I would like to start getting some of my priorities straight again. For example I listed Family Security as number one. I have always thought as my family as number one but while taking this assessment I realized I have let them fall behind things such as school work. Before I started school I spent a lot of time with my children. Now thinking about it I often tell them to play by themselves or to leave me alone for a while so I can do my homework. To rectify this problem I am going to start making sure I leave time to work on my own school work while they are at school so that I have more time for them when they come home. Number two on my list was to have A Comfortable Life. My family is not what you would call poor but we also do not have the means to do whatever we would like. I would like to change that for my family. When they need something I want to be able to get them what they need. To accomplish this I will finish school and hopefully be able to find a good job. Something I would like to change on the instrumental values list is to be more courageous. I sometimes do not stand up for myself in fear of what the results may be from my actions. To change this I will need to learn that my beliefs are important to and that sometimes the consequences are worth the actions. My results may be different than others because we may have different lifestyles. I am sure the typical college student isn’t thirty years old, married, with three kids. Considering family may not be at the top of their list yet, it may be more important to them to have the social recognition, which was number ten to me. I would rather have my family be proud of me than have the rest of the world acknowledge I did well on something. That may not be the case for a younger person, fresh out of college, which has not started a family. Someone in that situation may also want more freedom at the workplace, which was number seven for me. It may be important to them to have more say and be able to do things as they wish. Where I personally would like to just know I have job security. If that means that I don’t have as much say in what I am doing at work, I am okay with that. An instrumental value that may be different for me than someone else is that honesty is most important to me. It is very important to me that people trust me and that I set a good example for my children. For someone else this may be important but not the most important value. Someone just starting out may be more concerned with being independent or imaginative. They may still care about being honest but these may be more important to them to get farther in the workplace. Even though I may be very different than someone else it could still be easy to get along. If we understand each other and how we are different from each other it could work out well. If we acknowledge that we have different goals and do not focus on our differences so much we could end up being good friends in the end. Our main goal to get along in the work place should be communication. I once worked in the Delphi building in Troy, through another company. A women that worked there disliked me from the start and was always very rude to me. I asked her one day why she disliked me so much and she said I had no values. I asked her how she came to this conclusion and she said she was there to provide for her family and she did this alone. That it bothered her that I came in everyday and goofed around with the bosses a little and seemed to not care that I should just be working. I told her she had me all wrong because the job was also important to me for my family. I also liked to make the day more fun to, that work did not have to be so boring and dull. Just by spending that five…
searching I realize the importance of building my own personal brand. However in order to do this I need to figure out what values are the most important to me when looking for a job. The five values that are most important for me to successfully utilize my strengths and weaknesses are; commute, employee benefits, minimize stress, location and profit/gain. These five values will be the determining factors for me when I start my job search.
Commute is very important when looking for a job. The type…
specific aspects of my placement experience. Initially I will describe the situation as I perceived it, discuss my feelings, evaluate, analyse and conclude the situation; following this I will devise an effective action plan by exploring literature, values, beliefs, ethics, law and hospital policies summarising how these support practice for the patient receiving care.
During placement on a surgical ward I was required to look after a man of 65 years. For reasons of confidentiality, and…
As I have grown up my parents have instilled many strong values in me. I make all my decisions based on them and they have made me the man I am today. My top five values are accomplishment, education, prestige, recognition and health. Accomplishment is important to me because I want to be successful in my life and I feel success can only be measured by what you have accomplished. For example playing the drums and winning lots of cross country…
Values and the NASW Code of Ethics
I. Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes from Family Background
I was reared in a family greatly divided in values and beliefs. Though both sides of my family believed in forms of Protestant Christianity, they held little else in common. While my mother, her siblings, and her parents are very traditionally “rural white Southern” in their values and beliefs, my father and his family draw theirs from generations of Quakerism…
Southern New Hampshire University
Policy, Law, ethics
Professor S. Butler
February 26, 2015
Our values define who we are. They are the fundamental beliefs that guide our actions and behavior. They influence the way we interact with others and our thought process. Every day, each one of us makes choices and decisions that directly affect the way we experience each other and the way others experience us. Values, in essence are what motivates us. The values that…
based on the study of “Customer Value Marketing” starts with introduction section. We have mentioned the contents of the study in objectives of the report section.
The methodology section deals with the means of preparation of this report and the processes that we have followed.
Then the report describes the theoretical aspects of the study in the literature review. This section mainly consists of brief description about different important topics about customer value marketing.
Finally in the last…
Organizational Values Presentation (Benchmark Assessment)
Describe how alignment between the values of an organization and the values of the nurse impact nurse engagement and patient outcomes.
Discuss how an individual can use effective communication techniques to overcome workplace challenges, encourage collaboration across groups, and promote effective problem-solving.
Identify a specific instance from your own professional experience in which the values of the organization and the values of the individual…
not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this assignment.” - University of Maryland Honor Pledge
September 24, 2012
3.1 Question One
As of February 2010, what is your assessment of the worth of Walmarts stock? Utilize all of the methods discussed in the case to value the shares, including the following: • The perpetual growth in dividends • Forecasted dividends for the next several years plus sale of the stock in the future • The three-stage dividend model • The price/earnings…
Training, Assessment, Quality Assurance (6317) Qualification Information Policy Statement It has come to our attention that the acronym 'TAQA' has been adopted by a private training provider as their company name. The TAQA acronym has been used by City & Guilds since early in 2010 to represent the group of Training Assessment and Quality Assurance qualifications which were launched in September 2010. City & Guilds has no relationship with the training provider and does not in any way endorse their…
Value Alignment for Wal-Mart
Fadi Anadri, Betrina Hood, Schercitha Miller, Samantha Redfearn
July 21, 2010
Value Alignment for Wal-Mart
An individual’s personal values depict what is important in his or her life, and such values often determine his or her behavior. Furthermore, values are an enlightenment of why people act or react the way they do, based on their personal beliefs. The combined values of an individual and organization must be compatible…