Week2_Values_Assessment

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Unformatted text preview: VALUES CLARIFICATION EXERCISE: All of the following values are worthwhile. Please take 7 minutes to select your top 10 (check), and then your top 5 values (two checks), ACHIEVEMENT (sense of accomplishment by means of skills, practice, perseverance, or exertion) ADVANCEMENT (moving forward in your career through promotions) ADVENTURE (work which frequently involves risk taking or travel) _ AESTHETICS (involved in studying or appreciating the beauty of ideas, things, etc.) AUTONOMY (work independently, determine the nature of your work Without significant direction from others) CARING (love, affection) CHALLENGE (stimulates full use of your potential) CHANGE & VARIETY (varied, frequently changing work responsibilities and/or work settings) COMPETITION (your abilities against others where there is a clear win/lose outcome) COOPERATION (opportunity to work as a team toward common goals) CREATIVITY (being imaginative, innovative, coming up with ideas) ECONOMIC SECURITY (having enough money) EXCITEMENT (experience a high degree of, or frequent excitement in your work) FAMILY HAPPINESS (being able to spend quality time and develop relationships with family) FRIENDSHIP (develop close personal relationships) HEALTH (physical and psychological well-being) HELP OTHERS (be involved in helping people in a direct way, individually or in a group) HELP SOCIETY (do something to contribute to improve the world) INNER HARMONY (being at peace with oneself) INTEGRITY (sincerity and honesty) INTELLECTUAL STATUS (be regarded as an expert in your field, thought of as smart) KNOWLEDGE (understanding gained through study and experience) . LEADERSHIP (influence over others, rather lead than follow) LEISURE (have time for hobbies, sports, activities and interests) LOCATION (live somewhere that will fit your lifestyle and allow you to do the things you enjoy most) __LOYALTY (steadfastness and allegiance) ~_PLEASURE (enjoyment) “POWER (authority, control) “PRECISION (work in situations where there is little tolerance for error) “RESPONSIBILITY (being accountable for results) _RECOGNITION (getting acknowledged for your contribution) STABILITY (work routine and have largely predictable duties, not likely to change over a long period of time) SPIRITUALITY TIME FREEDOM (flexible work schedule, no specific work hours required) WEALTH (profit, gain, make a lot of money) WISDOM (accumulation of knowledge) ...
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