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    Personal Values Personal values reflect what we think is important in life. Such as, the decisions we make and the actions we take. Being seventeen-years old, I value the respect from younger people. I, however, have various influences in my life, which have shaped my values. For example, 4-H has taught me how to be a leader. My mother, with her hard work, has taught me how to work for what I long to have. High school has taught me to be superior than my peers and not to fall prey to peer pressure

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    Personal Values Development Personal Values Development The development of personal values occurs over a lifetime of living and experiences. What are personal values? What sources shape and influence those values? What criteria and decision making may be used to reshape our personal values? What impact do personal values have in the workplace and on workplace performance? This paper will address these issues from a personal perspective. Personal Values What are personal values? First

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    Personal values, beliefs, and principles are necessary for individuals to know about themselves. However, when asked the question, “what are your personal values, beliefs, and principles” the first responses are often a laundry list of characteristics with the assumption that the three words are synonymous. From my experience, when asked this question the list grew longer and I started to wonder what the differences existed between each of these terms. Recognizing these differences is a major component

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    What is a personal value? A personal value is an individual's absolute or relative and ethical value, the assumption of which can be the basis for ethical action. A value system is a set of consistent values and measures. A principle value is a foundation upon which other values and measures of integrity are based. Some values are physiologically determined and are normally considered objective, such as a desire to avoid physical pain or to seek pleasure. Other values are considered subjective

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    My Personal Values

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    My personal values act as a basis for distinguishing between right and wrong and thus, determine my daily actions and emotions. My mom and education have played profound roles in the development of my core personal values: personal integrity, responsibility, and ambition. Additionally, these influences have demonstrated that the rule-based approach determined what conduct is consistent with these key values. Before I was the age of 6, my parents were divorced. Ever since moving back to Pennsylvania

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    words I should say for consideration you never know when it might help. Dedication is one of my personal core values. Bethany has set out a set of core values and we have been going through these are integrity, hospitality, community, servant leadership, sustainability, excellence. For this assignment I’m going to talk about integrity because I feel it plays a lot to do with you as a human. My personal definition for dedication is being committed and giving everything, you have towards something.

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    Based off my three words chosen through out activity my personal values are Loving, Purpose, and Power. Although I have only been working as an intern for one week I can see all three personal values being actively engaged, I will speak of Loving. While engaging in loving at work I have learned that the SLIC is a chill caring family I can be a part of. From a young child I have always been a loving person. I thought it fit to help every person I came into contact with. Honestly my first adult friend

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    My Personal Values

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    friends, book, etc.. But then we began to mature and begin to come out of our little shells to discover new products, views of the world, and new ways to advance in our technology and therefore influencing what we value today. And as I matured in my lifetime, I established a novel value to my parents the greatest. My parents are currently the greatest influence on both me and my life. They’ve taught me manner, how to read, write, how to count, etc.. My parents are outstanding, both have jobs

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    Moral Compass Essay Moral compass decides personal values and directs conscience toward understanding and practice of the Good and the Right. It is the thing that is embedded in us, directing us to make decisions that involve right and wrong (Thompson, 2017).   Personal Integrity The dictionary defines social conscience as “an attitude of sensitivity toward and sense of responsibility regarding injustice and problems in society”. And according to Killinger (2010), “integrity is

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    My personal values Values are those things that are important, meaningful and valued by an individual, a group of people, or an organization. Whether we are aware of them or not, every individual has his or her core set of values, which consist of many different kinds of values. Each individual’s value system is different from one another because individual’s values are built up through one’s life experience, environment, and family background.  Values are important to us because they reflect

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