Values and attitudes are strong variables that associate choices in a group based upon the individual's views of important ideals. Values can be considered to be factors that make definite choices based upon the beliefs of someone mostly subject to the way they were raised. Every individual has a certain set of values that they believe and use to make judgments on a daily basis. In a group setting each of these values can either strengthen or impair the decision-making process for the collective. Differences in values or personal standards can be a strong ally in bringing many different values and ideas to the table but the same time can tear apart a group if they are not respected by each of the group members.
Organizations may have core values as well. When an organization clearly defines their core values they are showing the public what their beliefs are. St. Peter's hospital in Albany, New York has their core values listed on all advertisements. These core values include compassion, reverence for each person, community, hospitality, excellence, integrity, and courage. Their employees show respect and consideration towards the differences of all human life that enters our doors. Every single patient is given the same respect regardless of ethnicity, race, religion and creed, or their sexual orientation.
[...] Albany Police Chief James Tuffey Quits Force. December from The CBS 6 News Online Web site: http://www.cbs6albany.com/common/printer/view.php?db=wrgb&id=1266062. Lyons, Brendan and Jordan Carleo-Evangelist. (2009). The Fall of a Police Chief. Retrieved December from The Times Union News Paper Online Web site: http://www.timesunion.com/aspstories/storyprint.asp?storyid=837151. Lyons, Brendan and Chris Churchill. (2009). Tuffey Said to Land Job with Friend's Company. Retrieved December from The Times Union News Paper Online Web site: http://www.timesunion.com/aspstories/storyprint.asp?storyid=840193. Ripon.edu (2008). Core Values Worksheet. Retrieved on December from http://www.ripon.edu/academics/special_programs/ethical_leadershi p/Students/documents/core-values-worksheet.pdf. [...]
[...] Having core values are important. Discovering your values, for some, give them a greater purpose in life. Having values may prevent an individual in making bad life style choices. Core Values in a Group Setting Values and attitudes are strong variables that associate choices in a group based upon the individual's views of important ideals. Values can be considered to be factors that make definite choices based upon the beliefs of someone mostly subject to the way they were raised. [...]
[...] The people see their core values clearly written on billboards and this may influence them to want to shop, visit, or work for that said organization. Former Albany Police Chief, James Tuffey once swore to protect, honor, and serve the lives of all walks of life. During his tenure, his values shifted. He wanted to protect justice, but used racial slurs to express his anger for injustice. His shift in values and loose lips lead to his volunteered dismissal from the Albany Police force. References Heathefield, Susan. (2012). Core Values Are What You Believe. Retrieved on December From http://humanresources.about.com/od/glossaryc/g/Core-Values.htm. Kim, Michelle. (2009). [...]
[...] IV) Mayor Jerry Jennings has a great outlook for our community and I am proud to have such an honest, noble, and considerate man as our Mayor. As for ex Police Chief Tuffey, he has entered the news yet again, just nine days following his retirement. On September James Tuffey announced that he would now be head of security for a local construction company, BBL construction. Conclusion Personal core values can include such things as cooperation, honesty, community, leadership, or performing meaningful work. There is a laundry list values for an individual. Some values are selfless and others are selfish. [...]
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