Behavioral Values

A lot of people talk about “company core values” but what are they, really?

http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-core-values.html

“Core values are the fundamental beliefs of a person or organization. The core values are the guiding principles that dictate behavior and action. Core values can help people to know what is right from wrong; they can help companies to determine if they are on the right path and fulfilling their business goals; and they create an unwavering and unchanging guide. There are many different types of core values and many different examples of core values depending upon the context. “
 

So how about just for now we call them Behavioural Values, and lets relate all our values to how we want to behave.

Now anger is an interesting concept. Some people reckon it is an emotion or feeling and can’t be controlled.
But we can’t have our staff getting angry at each other or the customers now, can we?
So how do our behavoural values fit with anger?

Well, how about we agree that what ever anger is that we don’t want it to get in the way of doing business and it needs to be addressed.
So what if we created our behavioural values around anger in order to work at our optimum but still stay cool, calm and collected.

Here is what I have come up with that might just do that.

DECARRT

To be DARING but at the same time keep it ENJOYABLE, CONSIDERED, ACCOUNTABLE, REASONABLE, RESPONSIBLE and TRANSPARENT.

 
This is our solution to dealing with behavioural issues especially bad behaviour.
And understanding that although anger is an understandable emotional, it is not an acceptable behaviour, especially if we what to achieve a higher purpose.

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