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Work Life Values. They determine our happiness, our career success, & the decisions we make. Learn how to uncover your own, how to find them in a company, and what it means to reframe so you can take positive & proactive action to actualize and realize your fullest potential.

Work Life Values. They determine our happiness, our career success, & the decisions we make. Learn how to uncover your own, how to find them in a company, and what it means to reframe so you can take positive & proactive action to actualize and realize your fullest potential.

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Work Life Values

  1. 1. WORK LIFE VALUES Find a Good Work/Career Fit – Manifest & Identify
  2. 2. Overview 1) Your Voice: why – Why is this of value to you? (Why does this matter to you?) 2) Common Ground: what – What is a Core Value? A Work Value? (Let’s define it.)  (Em)Power Model  Quick Exercise  Example 3) Work It Out: activity – How do we uncover our own?  Detox: do we have any negative core values?  Reframe: let’s reframe these so we clear a space for positivity  Identify: what are your Core Values? 4) Relate: how – How does this inform our Work Search? (The work we do in our personal lives directly affects our careers.) 5) What Next?: where – Where do we go from here? • How can we identify a company’s Core Values? (website, glassdoor, news, Social Media, info interviews, interview … organizing the information)
  3. 3. Your Voice
  4. 4. Your Voice – Why is this of value to you? • Why does having values matter to you? -stay focused • Why does understanding your values matter to you? -know who you are and what makes you tick -understanding what matters to you so you can find out if it truly matters to the organization • Why does connecting Life Values to Work Live Values matter to you? -flexibility in work to suit family needs -stay focused so you know what company to focus on -knowing who you are helps you have happiness and fulfillment in the job
  5. 5. Common Ground
  6. 6. Common Ground – what / definitions Core Value • Core values are the fundamental beliefs of a person or organization. • These guiding principles dictate behavior and can help people understand the difference between right and wrong. • There are many different types of core values in the world, depending upon the context. http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-core-values.html Work Life Value • Core values also help companies to determine if they are on the right path and fulfilling their goals by creating an unwavering guide. http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-core-values.html • Core values are what support the vision, shape the culture and reflect what the company values. • They are the essence of the company’s identity – the principles, beliefs or philosophy of values. https://7geese.com/benefits-of-having-core-values-and-how-to-set- them-in-your-organization/
  7. 7. (Em)Power (Barbara Wilcox) Dr. Shad Helmstetter Programming Beliefs/Values (alignment happens when what we believe in = what we value) Attitudes (how we express or apply our belief/values) Feelings (a way an attitude is expressed) Actions (a way an attitude is expressed) Results (what happens)
  8. 8. Quick Exercise What is my Attitude? 1. Do I “have an attitude?” 2. Does this attitude serve me? If Not …. • If the attitude (the expression of my belief or value) makes me feel negative … then I must reframe my belief or value!
  9. 9. Example Ex: I come from a chaotic home, and so I will always attract chaos. – Does this serve me? Does this make me feel good? -belief: I come from a chaotic home | I will always attract chaos -value: chaos 1. Reframe: I come from a chaotic home, and I value order so I will attract order. – Does this serve me better? -belief: I come from a chaotic home | I will attract order -value: order 2. #NextLevel Reframe: I come from a loving home, and I value the balance & boundaries within love, so I will attract balance & boundaries. – Does this serve me even better? -belief: I come from a loving home | I will attract balance & boundaries -value: love, balance, boundaries
  10. 10. Work It Out
  11. 11. Detox Whole Group – Negative Core Values • Negative Core Values – driven by self-interest, greed. They can also develop when people live in fear or insecurity and are forced to focus on survival. Examples: • A belief that the world is a fundamentally brutal place and that only the strong survive • A belief that people are powerless to change their fates or personal situations • A belief that you don't deserve good things or relationships in life • A belief that other people are fundamentally untrustworthy and unloving • A belief that life is meaningless (http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-core-values.html) Good News – if we don’t like them or they make us feel negative … we can change them! Let’s brainstorm some & try to reframe if we choose, or reframe the above.
  12. 12. Detox Reframe Negative Core Value/How it Makes me Feel New Core Value/How it Makes me Feel
  13. 13. Identify – What are Your Core Values? 1. Brainstorm - Write down every core value that resonates with you. 2. Functionally Analyze – Group them in a way that makes sense to you, personally. 3. Categorize – Choose 1 word within each group in that represents the label for your entire group. 4. Take Action - Add a verb to each value so you an see what it looks like in action. 5. Prioritize – Write these core values in order of priority. (Choose 6-8) 6. Revisit & Repeat – every 3 months or 6 months, every year. Every time you want some positive energy.
  14. 14. Relate
  15. 15. How does this inform our Career/Work Search? Companies have Core Values as Well Companies can have core values as well. These are the guiding principles that help to define how the corporation should behave in business and perhaps beyond, if they have an additional mission to serve the community. Core values are usually expressed in the corporation's mission statement. • Some examples of core values for a company include: • A commitment to sustainability and to acting in an environmentally friendly way. Companies like Patagonia and Ben & Jerry's have environmental sustainability as a core value. • A commitment to innovation and excellence. Apple Computer is perhaps best known for having a commitment to innovation as a core value. This is embodied by their "Think Different" motto. • A commitment to doing good for the whole. Google, for example, believes in making a great search engine and building a great company without being evil. • A commitment to helping those less fortunate. TOMS shoe company gives away a pair of shoes to a needy person for every pair it sells in an effort to alleviate poverty and make life better for others. • A commitment to building strong communities. Shell oil company donates millions of dollars to the University of Texas to improve student education and to match employee charitable donations. http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-core-values.html How It Fits If Core Values help companies in the decision making process … why do we want these to align with our core values? (https://7geese.com/benefits-of-having-core-values-and-how-to-set-them-in-your- organization/)  Not JUST so we feel good & feel in alignment … but also so we have the cognitive framework (the brainwork) to make these decisions!  You can be the most skilled person in the world … and have the ability to develop new skills quickly. You can even learn new ways to think. BUT … if your values aren’t aligned, it will be very hard to see eye-to-eye no matter how many new skills and techniques we learn.  THEN, there’s a disagreement … and we did all of this work to learn to skills and new techniques. What happens to our self efficacy (or belief in our skills) when it doesn’t work out ….  We doubt them. UNLESS, we realize it was a mismatch in values.
  16. 16. What’s Next
  17. 17. Where Can We Go From Here? How can we identify a company’s core values? Website News Social Media Info Interviews

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