Business and values can sometimes seem to be contradictory terms. Business is, well, business – rough, brutal and cutthroat. Values can be viewed as somewhat intangible concepts that, while noble, really have no direct application to real world commerce, trade and industry. In short, business is, at its heart, a Darwinian venture with no room for sentimentality.
However, nothing could be further from the truth. Assuming that values have no place in business is a grave mistake. Far from being contradictory, business and values are closely intertwined ideas. In fact, the two together are a necessary element in every successful business.
The goal of this guidebook is to give you, the business owner or entrepreneur, the tools necessary to define your own set of business values and guide you through the process of setting your own personal business values, so that your business has a solid code of conduct to use as a foundation.
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HAVING A CODE
If you are a visual learner, you learn by reading or seeing pictures. You understand and remember things by sight. You can picture what you are learning in your head, and you learn best by using methods that are primarily visual. You like to see what you are learning.
Do you do best in workshops in which instructors do a lot of writing at the chalkboard, provide clear handouts, and make extensive use of an overhead projector? Do you take detailed written notes from your training and webinars? If YES, you are probably a Visual Learner. Visual Learners learn best when information is presented in a written language format.
This comprehensive guidebook allows you to gain maximum value from the information and not miss a single idea. Provided in pdf format.
In this guide you’ll learn:
- The What and Why of Business Values
- What Are Business Values?
- Why Are Business Values Important?
- How to Make Your Business Values a Priority
- How to Develop a Vision for Your Business
- How to Set Business Values
- How to Use Business Values to Stand Out
- What Are the Most Important Business Values
- How to Keep The Team Focused on Your Business Values
Having a Code: Defining Your Businesses’ Core Values will help you establish your own set of business values and take an important step towards solidifying the success of your own business. Provided in .pdf format.
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