Why those values?
Richard Barrett lists in his recent book, “Everything I Have Learned About Values”, the top ten values of 450.000 people, who have chosen while running Personal Value Assessment (PVA). Those values are Family, Humor, Caring, Respect, Friendship, Trust, Enthusiasm, Commitment, Creativity, Continuous Learning. Richard states: “Because of the large number of people who have completed this survey, I tend to think of these values as the values of humanity.” His statement inspired me to call those values as Core Values.
Having a conversation about values can be energizing. The conversation takes place when we play with the Core Values cards.