Module 2 - Wk 1 Jrnl Part 2 - Values Survey.docx

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Module 2 – Values, Ethics, and Decision Making 8/12/2019 In Part Two of your Week One Learning Journal posting, please comment on your initial reactions to taking the values survey. What was the experience like for you? Did you enjoy the introduction? What feelings may have arisen in you? Assessing your own leadership qualities using Hall’s values and your results, what qualities and values are already strong for you, and what values would you like to foreground in your work during this course/program? Please begin posting in the journal area each week by Wednesday. Final journal entries are due by Sunday @ 5:00 pm, the last day of Week 1 My first reaction to taking the values survey was, “Oh great… I can only imagine what the results of this will be like.” In other words, I was a little skeptical. I thought the results were going to be a faint reflection of what I thought I already knew (i.e. family comes first, work is sometimes a nuisance, blah blah blah….)
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